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Friday, 9 September 2011


I was in a reflective mood this evening when I took my dogs for their regular walk, took my spinning rod instead of the fly rod. Between flicking the plastic lure over the water I reflected on many things, life, getting old, God, religion, work and a million other things. It was just one of those reflective evenings. My dogs were more intelligent, they just enjoyed what was.

The fish must have been in a reflective mood to, not one bothered to look at the lure.

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Above the moon reflected among the water weeds.

Cell phone tower and sunset reflected on the water.

The moon reflected in a cattle water trough.


Joyful said...

We all get those reflective moods. I know I reflect often about getting older and have since quite some time now.

e.m.b. said...

These moods find me often, in the fall-time. Which here in Colorado we are entering now. This was a beautiful post, Philip. And I envy dogs, because I think they know the answers; or at least....what is important...

Kay L. Davies said...

Yes, I know what you mean, Phil. I think it's good to reflect from time to time.
I like the photo of the moon reflected in the water trough, not a place I'd look for photo opportunities.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
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