Thursday, October 21, 2010

Lake Sumter Landing - a wider view

14 comments:

Sharon said...

Another gorgeous photo!!

To answer your question from yesterday, there are no windmills near Los Dos but, there might have been many years ago. It's pretty much surrounded by city now. Back when you live here, it would have been rural.

Sharon said...

You got me curios about the name "Molinos" which I always thought was a family name so I went to their web site. http://losdosmolinosaz.com/history.html

Check it out. The has a more complicated source.

Small City Scenes said...

Oh my---cloud reflections are always great. Super shot. MB

cieldequimper said...

Oh wow. An Americanised Vermeer sky. So beautiful.

Abraham Lincoln said...

It looks like it goes on forever. Nice shot as was the one for your post yesterday.

crocrodyl said...

Great view. This photo makes impression of endlessness.

JM said...

I'm amazed! Both this and the previous reflections are super!

Lisa Wilson said...

The water looks like a mirror!

Tricia said...

Ohhh check out that sky & reflection - it's perfect, perfectly captured, too! WoWoWeee!

joo said...

Smashing! I love the space and the light in this photo.
As for dragons, well, there are some legends involving those creatures, but I don't think they are as important here as let say in China.On the other hand, according to Ursula LeGuin they are the oldest, wisest I remember true language, so deserve respect:)
Hugs.

Steffe said...

Not a half bad reflection.

Cezar and Léia said...

Ah, that kind of picture that twists your neck... Where's the sky, up or down? :)
Great shot! As usual.
:)
God bless you!
Cezar

anjoe playhouse said...

OMOM I clearly see 3 golfballs landing up in the sky - great shot ;-)
Do somebody have a teaparty in the sea pavilion *LOL*

Irina said...

It looks like you can turn the photo 180 degree and nothing will change. Water so still.