Photo-a-Day (Tuesday, 2nd June, 2020)
Three Sisters Lake
Photo: Dave (Oy) (Fuji X-T4 : 16-55mm F/2.8 )
Brilliant picture, that could be anywhere in the world.
Peebee It cant be anywhere in the world unless there is somewhere with the same shaped building like the one in the back ground that is located at the Three Sisters nature reserve
Fantastic Dave (Oy), I worked on the Industrial estate close by back in the 70s, never saw anything as beautiful as this though.
Beautiful, a warm English summer is as good as anywhere in the world..
A lunch time haven for workers at the Three Sisters Enterprise Park .
I used to eat my butties there .
An excellent birdwatching hide close by too.
Good photo with nice memories.
Now, THAT is a very pleasing, well composed, spring photo.
Absolutely beautiful, Oy.
Where's me fishing tackle?
What a lovely photo. We haven't been there since we sadly lost out three dogs, who we used to walk there. I remember we once met a couple whose little dog had lost its toy in the water and was afraid to go in. He was so upset seeing his toy floating away! Peter threw in a stick and our Ben dived in after it and Peter directed him to the toy and he retrieved it. The little dog was beside himself and his owners were so grateful, despite Ben shaking pond-water all over them! This lovely photo has brought him back to me.
Three basic colours and that's all that's needed when Oy's about.
So very beautiful and peaceful. The irises are so lovely - a picnic on the bank would be very enjoyable on a glorious day like this!
Thank you for this fabulous photo Dave.
Thanks Veronica for your kind wishes.
(peebee not anywhere in the world you can see the lodge house) a silly comment.
This is absolutely top draw..the best. Been there many time before the lockdown. Thanks Dave for putting Spring back in my life.
Beautiful photo once again Dave, I can almost hear the birds singing and smell the late Spring air.
Your a star 10/10.
I remember standing alongside a few others as we watched a keenster send out his sprightly remote boat 'out to sea and back' from the distant bay with military precision. I can't recall the craft having made a swaggering turn at the midway point, but I'd like to think that it had.
A nice photo Dave, of a place where Common Blues beguile, Damsels dance and, once, some piquant words by foreign folk.
Thanks folks :)