A collection of ponds from around the world.
A path of stepping stones through a stagnant green pond in Portugal. A ‘cocodrilo’ lurking amongst the flower petals in very pretty pond in Costa Rica. Bog heather surrounds a pond in the Antrim Glens, Ireland, UK. Waterlily with that elusive bokeh in a small pond within the Royal Palace in Thailand.There were so many different dragonflies in Laos. These ones with black wings looked like black orchids tumbling in the breeze. Pond with golden fish in Singapore Botanical Garden.
Pool reflections in Zion National Park in Utah, USA. The water in the pond in the artist Monet’s Garden even looks impressionistic (Giverny, France). Gazebo jutting out into the pond at Tu Duc Tomb in Hue, Vietnam. This sunrise over a pond in Angkor Wat was imprinted on a few hundred cameras that morning (Cambodia). The formal garden pond at Kasteel de Haar near Utrecht, Holland. Reflection on a pond in Colimilla across the lagoon from Barra de Navidad on Mexico’s Pacific coast. A murky pond with lily pads in a Copenhagen park, Denmark.Cypress roots called ‘Monks’ in a Van Dusen Park pond, Vancouver, Canada.A pond in Tanum UNESCO World Heritage site in Sweden.More of Nancy Merrill’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Water.