Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Reflections of Indiana


When we were in Indiana, visiting our daughter's family after the birth of sweet little Lucy, we took several short walks with our grandson. The snow had melted there, resulting in quite a few places with standing water. They made great reflections of the beautiful blue skies and leafless springtime trees.







And look who's taking advantage of the newly-formed 'fishin' hole' - the other fireman in the family. I suspect he didn't catch much to take home to dinner, especially considering that it was just a run-off spot. But hey, you've gotta start somewhere! Consider it practice for when he's an adult: long days sitting on the bank of a river or in a boat and catching nothing. But enjoying every minute of it.


The other fireman in the family

Doesn't every little boy dream of being a fireman?






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24 comments:

Primitive Stars said...

Morning, beautiful reflections, so pretty. The little one is adorable, Blessings Francine.

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Hello!! So pleased to meet you!!

Thanks so much for your visit and your sweet comments!!

Love these beautiful " Reflections"!!

I am now following you every where i can!!

Hugs,
Deb

Diane said...

Very pretty!

Sandra said...

my favorite is the fisherman in the fireman hat, just to to cute... that house reflection is awesome. perfect reflection even better than the sunny house...

Debbie said...

LOVED these...soo pretty! And that fireman...what a little doll. Enjoy your day!

Heide at ApronHistory said...

I love the intense blue of a Spring sky! Lovely photos.
I was getting so excited yesterday on our walk as I spotted all sorts of green growing things! Yey!

Paulette said...

Your reflection photos are so pretty, but my favorite is fishin' in the puddle, priceless.

TexWisGirl said...

so very cute! love the reflection shots - the tree one especially!

camp and cottage living said...

Great reflection photos, Judy!
Your little firemen are adorable, too. I bet you're missing them.

Vicki @ lifeinmyemptynest said...

Great photos - I can just feel the sunshine :-)

Ruth Kelly said...

Judy, you are the master of reflections! Wow! Mr. Fireman was sure worth the trip.

L. D. said...

Great reflections. The excess water set up some good shots for you. He is a sweet fireman already.

Jacquelineand.... said...

Yup, that's definitely home right now, we're in the height of mud season!
Beautiful reflections, but I must admit my favourite is the wee fireman and his pole. I'm sure in his mind he caught a 'mess' of fish for Grammy to cook for supper. =)

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Oh, what beautiful photos! I always love reflections and looks like you had a lot of fun. My Daddy was a fireman...means something special to me! Enjoy your day my friend! Hugs!

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Lovely shots of Indiana!! My Mom is from Pleasantville, just outside of Linton! Love it up there!!
Cute little Fireman!

Pamela Gordon said...

Your little firefighters are so cute! I like the spring reflections in the puddles. There are lots of them around these parts now. And still lots of snow and grey skies.

NanaDiana said...

Those are GREAT reflections, Judy! Wow- you have a really good eye. Love you little fireman. Is there anything much cuter than that? I know you miss the kids- our baby is home now, too, and I am missing her sweet little presence. Hope you have a good day! xo Diana

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

Adorable photo of the fireman fishing!

Denise said...

Sweet little fireman.

podso said...

In reflecting on your reflections, I particularly like the third one though they are all good. (hey, a nice set of notecards!) Such fine young firemen! I take note of their boots. :-)

Terri D. said...

The photos are very well done! I especially love the first one. And that little guy "big brother" is beyond adorable.

Cheryl said...

Another handsome fireman in your family!

Loved the reflections...

Donna Sexton said...

Your reflection photos are all amazingly beautiful.

J_on_tour said...

Lovely reflections, the fireman just need to collect and utilise that water :-)

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