Nice contrast between the wood and the lily pads, as well as between the driftwood’s solidity and the sparkly water.
Thank you very much. Even though it is a driftwood, it looks very durable and I think it will be there for a long time and many will be able to see and marvel at it.
Love this image..very beautiful.
Many thanks. While kayaking I saw a lot of snags, but for some reason I really liked this one.
Where was this taken at? Reminds me of the Santa Fe River, here in Alachua County, Florida. Either that or the Itchetucknee. Could also be a lake, like Lake Alice (where you can go and are almost guaranteed to see an alligator).
Thank you. This photo was taken at Whitehall Reservoir, Massachusetts. And fortunately or unfortunately (it depends on your desire and your goal) the alligator is not there at all. Luckily, this driftwood looks like a waiting alligator.
Thank you so much.
Very beautiful nature capture. I love the sparkly water and those delicate white flowers.
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I love the color! The contrast of the wood with the green around is striking!
Thank you so much, Tressa. I also really liked this color combination, so I thought it was worth photographing.
Simplicity and beauty 👏
Thank you. Simplicity does not interfere with beauty.
A submerged pterodactyl
Thank you. I am not familiar with this species, but I believe you.
With a little imagination, similarities can be found. Thanks for the information.
Wolf waiting for gingerbread man.
Thanks. First it was an alligator, then a wolf, next a pterodactyl, now a wolf again. I’m curious who will be next.
Did you skip petrified seal? Surely he’ll make an appearance. 😉
I just counted what my visitors saw.
Yes, of course. I can be a big jokester. Love the photograph.
In my experience, a joker is always easy to deal with if you understand his/her jokes. Thank you.
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