Puddle at the Park

It rained today, leaving the local park filled with puddles that my grandies wanted to splash in on the way to Emily’s ballet class. Emily had to wait until her ballet class was over in order to splash through them with her boots.

I took the above photograph at dusk, and liked the reflections in the puddle.

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18 responses to “Puddle at the Park

  1. I love the sunset and reflections on the puddle!

  2. Hi there – that’s a nice find! Puddles and building reflections are a great combination.

    Cheers – Stewart M – Australia

  3. What a wonderful mage you have captured! The evening mood suits the reflections and the colours are just delicious!

  4. This is very pretty. It makes me think of an Asian painting.

  5. That is a fabulous shot!

  6. That’s a very beautiful picture !

  7. I am picturing Emily in her rain boots enjoying the puddles. Great reflection you captured.

  8. That picture is gorgeous, there is something Japanese about it.
    The light is magical.

  9. Pretty, love the evening light

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