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Sunday, August 30, 2009

Shadow Shot McVicar Lake


Not only a shadow shot, but you also get to see my really fashionable shoes ...

Okay, so I knew you wouldn't really want to see my shoes, so here's one were I zoomed in a bit better. Go visit Hey Harriet! for more sunny shadow shots.



Tools of the trade. Nice, huh? Who knew that a tackle box could be so colorful?



Even the oars in the boat were useful tools for fishing...



Needing something that measures fish up to 50 inches is more practical than optimistic if you're fishing for Northern Pike on McVicar Lake.

Hmmm... not that I caught one that big, but it does happen! I don't actually seek those big things out, preferring to go for walleye. (Yum!)

To be perfectly truthful, once dinner was reeled in, I was more interested in catching some photos and enjoying the scenery. I guess, for me, fishing is just a good excuse to be outside looking around...





Have a good week, you guys!


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13 comments:

Martha Z said...

Nice shadows, you didn't get so busy fishing that you couldn't see :)

Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely shadows in the first couple of shots then some lovely reflections later in the post...

Chris said...

WOW! Those last three are amazing. The detail and clarity, stunning.

When you first said the paddles were useful for fishing, I was waiting for you to tell us that you clubbed a fish over the head:)

Linda said...

Oh, my internet keeps going in and out, so I'm having trouble myself getting over to Hey Harriet! to see all the shadows! Grrrr...

Gabbi said...

Lovely photographs... what a great way to spend the weekend!

Hey Harriet said...

These are all so lovely! Even your unfashionable shoes! ;) Hope you had a good catch and a yummy dinner!

Ackworth born said...

I prefer catching photos to fish too.

caseytoussaint said...

Great pictures, Linda - and lovely shoes!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I can see you enjoy looking for shadows and reflections. ;-) Cool.

Carin said...

Looks like a great lake to go fishing. Nice shadows too.

Enjoy your week!

steviewren said...

The tackle box looks a bit like a paintbox. The picture of the tree's reflection in the water is amazing.

William F. Renzulli said...

Looks like a great place to be!

Kim Living Life said...

I love taking photos of all the little things that make up an evet, like the tackle box, the oars etc and I adore the reflection photos. What a beautiful spot.