Reflections in Pond at Allaire Historical Village Allaire Historical Village, New Jersey For more weekend reflections hosted by James of Newtown Daily Photo, visit:
32 thoughts on “Reflections in Pond at Allaire Historical Village”
This is such a lovely reflection image, Leora! I like the contrast of the white building with the fall foliage colors in the reflection.
Hi Leora, this is a beautiful reflection! The white house looks so enchanted in the midst of scenic fall foliage!
Love the cute badge for WE.
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I believe the badge was courtesy of Mary/the teach.
This is so beautiful. It’s like a postcard. Great job Leora!
Thanks for hosting this meme; glad I finally had a pic and the time to join in the fun.
What a romantic view! I like it very much!
Beautiful reflection, such a peaceful scene!
looks like a lovely place, beautiful reflection and autumn colour
Hello there Leora
This is such a nice view in the first place, but to get it reflected is a great bonus
Nice picture… should have under exposed it though to make it look more interesting 🙂 Here I added a little contrast to the image http://mediasolu.com/allaire_scene.jpg
I like your version. Maybe I’ll post it next week. (I had already added some contrast in Photoshop – but you got it to look less pale).
Thanks. Yes sometimes camera’s meter fails to get right exposure so at times when you take water(reflecting day light) or clouds or snow, its better to use polarizing filter or AE bracketing..
AE bracketing – I’ll have to look that one up.
That is a beautiful photo with a great reflection
Here is a video to show how it works on xsi I am sure its same settings for xti 🙂 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gD9D4w6B7qY
Note they are showing full 2 stops example in video so it looks really dark… its upto the user to see how muc they want to set… you would use same technique to take shots for HDR pictures and later combine them using software
A lovely mirror image!
Is this a church? It sits in such a serene setting.
I think so. There was another white building that looked like a church, too, and I wasn’t sure why one little village would have two churches. Never got a chance to ask.
It’s a wonderful village to visit.
This little stretch of water (lake?) has so much to discover, in addition to the gorgeous reflection. Is that a church, as there appears to be a bit of a steeple to one side. I get engrossed with waters like this. The grasses and reeds have such lovely seed heads. And there is always something buzzing around with lizards that like to eat the buzzers!
Lovely post for the Weekend Reflection.
enjoying your village photo; looks historical..I find it flowing into the water like a watercolor reflection of a real photo; so magical a location
I like the calm and the muted colors. Very nice.
That’s a beautiful capture! Just so peaceful
A pretty, romantic landscape that would be great as a postcard!
A lovely peaceful spot with the reflection of the church.
Fall is beautiful…and I do love reflections. I wonder why we are so drawn to them… Michelle
An ideal place for a roman!
A bit of history is always welcome.
Looks like a wonderful setting for a short story. Beautiful.
This is a lovely shot!
Very pretty view of the the white church and it’s reflection.
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the pic by the way is gorgeous!
Beautiful autumn setting and fascinating reflection.
What a lovely and serene photo, filled with wonderful reflections, both in the water and thoughts to ponder.