Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Watery Wednesday....

This was taken back in September on the river in Georgetown, South Carolina. I love how the Spanish moss hangs from the tree and the reflection in the water. (click on the photo for more detail)




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19 comments:

Leora said...

It is pretty, the reflection in the water and the Spanish moss. I can feel the warmth.

a pot, a thought & a smidgen of dirt said...

Wow how beautiful, I adore tress like that, my dream is to own, and dont laugh, massive land and just well have tress, lakes, rivers etc, I want this tree too now!! take care fiona

michael bird said...

Nifty - something enchanting about the southern waterways with Spanish moss and massive rooted trees all about.

Mojo said...

Pretty exotic looking. Great air of mystery. I'm expecting a voodoo priestess to come through the trees any second!

Dorothy said...

This doesn't look like Canada!!! Beautiful picture, especially when you click on it and make it full screen!!!

aishaholley said...

This is really beautiful. I've never seen a Spanish moss before so glad I could see one today and be familiar.

splummer said...

Hi!
That's an awesome photo! It kind of looks like snow. Thanks for sharing and coming by my place.

Sherrie

2sweetnsaxy said...

Very cool! I've never seen Spanish moss hanging from a tree like that except in a photo.

Jan said...

Wow, Gill, this is a great shot. I'm a sucker for a good reflection, and this is a great one.

Deborah Godin said...

Has a wonderful Southern Gothic feel to it - I can almost hear someone reading passages from Williams or O'connor. Great shot!

People with Cameras said...

That is very cool, I remember the first time I saw Spanish moss - so pretty.

The Right Blue said...

Gosh, Gill, that's almost spooky!

The Southern Mom said...

Sorry I haven't stopped by in a while!

Love spanish moss...reminds me of home...Louisiana. So pretty.

Carletta said...

The first time I saw Spanish Moss I thought it was so eerie.
I've grown to appreciate it.
Great shot and reflection.

Natural Moments said...

Must be a very old tree. Moss supposedly takes a long time to grow so big and abundant. I suppose its like silver or gray hair in a person or like a wise person's beard. The tree probably has secrets to tell. :)

Guy D said...

Very cool shot, I love it. Thanks for sharing.

Cheers!
Regina In Pictures

Leedra said...

I also love the way spanish moss hangs on the trees. Lovely photo.

ramblingwoods said...

There is something so relaxing about the moss and the water..and we need it here as it is snowing...

George said...

Thanks for the picture. We were in Georgetown two years ago and really liked the area. We usually stay north of Myrtle Beach when we go to the coast.