Al's Photography Blog

Al's Photography Blog
Folly Beach, South Carolina

Friday, November 1, 2013

Garden of the Gods Reflections

The very heavy September rains created a once-in-a-generation pond in Garden of the Gods. I got some sunrise photos before work one day, and here they are. The water is all gone now and isn't likely to be back for years, possibly decades.

28 comments:

  1. Nice reflections! Love the bright orange colors too.

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  2. Such magnificent colours reflecting beautifullly.

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  3. Awesome captures, Al!! How wonderful that you were able to get them!! Thanks for sharing and what wonderful reflections for the week!! Hope you and Socks have a great weekend!!

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  4. So beautiful; so rare. Talk about being in the right place at the right time. This is a prize-winner!

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  5. truly a garden of God's reflections. Beautiful captures Al!

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  6. What an awesome experience for you! A perfect few seconds like that happen only once or twice in a lifetime. Fabulous shots, that light literally only last for less than 15 seconds.

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  7. Wow! Amazing photos Al... the early morning light is incredible!

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  8. Beautiful are your reflection photos!
    Greetings, RW & SK


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  9. Fabulous image of one of «Louis'» favorite places in Colorado!

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  10. Gorgeous photos of the Garden of the Gods!
    It's sad that the water is all gone now...

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  11. Gorgeous photos! Both the light and the reflections are very beautiful.

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  12. Such a dramatic scenery ! Well done !!

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  13. Amazing! So happy for you to be able to get these photos. Thanks for sharing them with us!

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  14. Can clearly see the difference with the pics I took a few years ago. Here everything is drenched with water. This is very historic, and you can be proud of these photos!

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  15. So amazing beautiful, Al!!
    Love the colors and the light...
    Warm greetings from Holland,
    Anna :-))

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  16. When we were there, there was NO water. How lucky you are to have such a beautify drive to work. Your photos are wonderful.

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  17. For once, to capture this beautiful scene I would have got up early too. Another master piece Al and just perfect. My colour.
    :-) x x x

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  18. Now I know how it got its name. - Margy

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  19. Gorgeous colors,Al!I like these reflections. Wish you a nice new week from Italy.
    Erika

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  20. Glad you enjoyed my post Al. I do hope you will participate in the gratitude quilt this year. Information on what to do is at the top of my blog… it takes five minutes to follow the instructions and send a few words about what you are grateful for.

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  21. I'm trying to process the concept of a once-in-a-generation pond. It certainly makes a stunning surface for reflection of the orange mountains.

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  22. Wow, a spectacularly awesome landscape! This is the first time i see it with reflections, maybe it doesn't happen often!

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  23. Yeah. It's a good place for God but is a wonderful place for me too.
    Great photos.

    · hugs

    · CR · & · LMA ·


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  24. Yeah. It's a good place for God but is a wonderful place for me too.
    Great photos.

    · hugs

    · CR · & · LMA ·


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