Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Double double

Speeding past Lake Roberts on the highway a few miles north of Campbell River, drivers catch a glimpse of blue water, bits of sky behind the trees. I took the side road instead, down almost at the water level, and was fascinated by the reflections from that angle.

Clear, still water. Mount Menzies in the background.

Another angle. A stand of deciduous trees makes a spear point.

Faces and insects and maybe a spider?

At the far end of the lake, even a wisp of mist is reflected. And a couple of people in a boat.

The sunny end of the lake. More odd shapes. I see a butterfly, a beaver, a dragonfly, and a doll with her hair on end.

Looking down; three-way reflections.


  1. Haha, i wouldn't have seen the face and spider in a million years if you hadn't pointed them out. What a still lake.

  2. Calm days are so spectacular. - Margy

  3. These are truly beautiful reflections.


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