Coldstream Illusion Posted on January 18, 2015 by Sheila Creighton Posted in Landscape Tagged abyss, branches, Coldstream, copyright, illusion, Ontario, photography, reflection, snow, Sydenham River, trees, water, white, woods 23 Comments Strong reflections and a perfectly placed cloud create a dramatic abyss – can you see it? © Sheila Creighton 2015 Share this:ShareFacebookEmailTwitterPinterestLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Thank you, Lutz!
That’s quite extraordinary!
Thank you, John – digital is so amazing what it picks up.
I keep looking,,,, and looking at this. I rarely write poems from contemplating photos, but this one….hmm..but .maybe it’s wonder should remain wordless…Zen..
or not… it’s the door to another world. glad I’m not the only one who sees it 🙂
BTW the book is selling better than anticipated…many compliments about your tulip 🙂
That’s great, Cynthia – congrats! Glad to be part of it.
Yes, I certainly can see it, Sheila – very striking! Adrian
Thanks, Adrian – wild eh?
Thanks, Thomas – the woods are a magical place.
I saw it first thing….cool photo Sheila!
thanks – reflections are such fun.
Stunning! I thought it was a crevice.
Thank you – that’s great, maybe it is!
I saw the abyss, then read the title and had to concentrate to see the stream. 😮
Nice catch. 🙂
thanks, Sallyann – that’s great – weird eh?
At first look, I thought the snowy ground had split into two and below was an abyss.
I know, it’s a wild illusion.
Looks almost good enough to dive into!!! 😉