Thursday, October 6, 2016

Clouds in a Puddle

Linking to Weekend Reflections and
Good Fences
Skywatch Friday
Friday My Town Shootout

 We actually had some rain storms in our arid dry State of Utah and snow on our mountains. Two storms have left the mountains snow capped.

 This is part of my neighborhood.
 Just half a block away is this old home.

If you look real close, there is a fence beyond the bull and tree. This was taken at Garden City, Utah next to Bear Lake.


  A bit of snow from our first storm which melted but now we have more again.

18 comments:

LV said...

Nice variety of sights in you area. Love the mountain scenes.Most interesting was the reflection in the water.

Christine said...

What a difference half a block makes! Great shots of your area, especially the mountains and the bull is very well made!

Jim said...

Good one.

TexWisGirl said...

your terrain is so different than mine here. love it.

(and yes, the mesquite was that center tree).

Michelle said...

Excellent reflective shot with that puddle!

Latane Barton said...

Great cloud shots there especially the reflection in the puddle.

marja said...

I love the clouds in the puddle! Sometimes, when I see reflexions like that in puddles I would like to step into that other world. :)

Janey and Co. said...

Thanks for the visit! I hope that you will come again.

I had another exciting genealogy find this year. I had traced my mother's family back to. France.....and that is as far as I got.
Well, on a River Cruise this Spring,down through Provence (southen France) I took an excursion to the tiny village of Uzes. Having been to Provence many times I exclaimed that is couldn't believe that I had never been to this darling place. I posted pics on social media when. I got back to the ship. An elderly relative informed me that is where our Huguenot relatives were from in the seventh century.
I have since contacted someone there working in the archives and she took photos of old ledgers with my family name everytime it appeared.

Sorry this is so long. ...but if you are a genealogist...you can identify with my excitement. janey

Janey and Co. said...

Oops! That was the seventeenth century!

Mildred said...

Hi Ruth, I always enjoy your photos. Your mountains make our Georgia mountains look like hills! lol We are at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains here.
Have a blessed weekend.

Spare Parts and Pics said...

You have a good eye to capture that puddle reflection. Well done!!

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

I live the mountain views! I can't believe it's time to think about snow already!

NatureFootstep said...

loved your reflection imae. Looks like abstract art :)
And the bull, impressive!

Fun60 said...

Wonderful reflection.

A Quiet Corner said...

Beautiful views!!!!...:)JP

marshaleith said...

great reflection in that puddle!

Ida said...

Great fence finds. That bull was pretty cool and what pretty clouds. Snow already...I'm hoping it holds off here for quite some time.

Electra said...

Wow, amazing photos!!! Love your cloud reflection!

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