Monday, March 30, 2009

Rain drops in fish pond


There is a little fish pond by a city office building that I like to visit when I go to the Farmers Market located on the side street in front of it. I was trying to take photos of the fish in the pond. You might see the orange and white fish if you enlarge this photo. You might also see the smiley face raindrop swirl. If you just glance at the small photo, you will see just the raindrops and the circular motions they made in the pond . . . and that's not so bad either. So, click or don't click, either way, there's something for you! Ü

9 comments:

RuneE said...

I don't know how it happened, but your picture made me think of Bob Dylan's "Rainy day women". Maybe I'm just getting old.

PS Thank you for the comments!

RuneE said...

Thank you for the compliment - most of my picture of ships are taken from my terrace.

PS I didn't quite get that one about the Odd shot in the last line of your comment to me.

Malyss said...

As I love rain, raindrops on a pond are a lovely picture to me!
I also remember a song: "Raindrops keep falling on my head..." (burt bacharach); By the way, it's raining here , too. Strange spring...

SandyCarlson said...

I see the goldfish! That is a lovely pond.

cieldequimper said...

So pretty, that's a good idea!

Katney said...

Well, it remindedme that I had just read the account of the snowplay ranger from his last weekend for the season. Paradise had more than 18 inches of new snow over the weekend. I thought about taking the snowshoes out of the trunk.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Very nice photo! I like the idea of something for everyone. ;-)

Daisy said...

Hmm... I always like the smell of rain while it drizzles the leaves and the soil. The crisp smell lingers and reminds me of my childhood days where I just sit and watch the clouds shower everything in sight.

Cindi said...

I like when the ripples of the raindrops actually "meet" each other. Obviously it wasn't pouring down rain, but it was coming down at a fair clip. I hope you didn't get TOO wet!

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