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Friday, August 9, 2013

Okanagan Lake, for Weekend Reflections

Kay Davies photo, Okanagan Mission, Kelowna, BC




Kay Davies photo
Photo of us, taken with Dick's camera,
by the mother of the young lady in the kayak (second photo).

Posted for
hosted by that wonderfully reflective photographer
James of California
Thanks, James!



15 comments:

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Nice shots of home, kiddo. Glad you are there enjoying the lake.

sylvia kirkwood said...

Great watery reflections, Kay!! Hope you have a lovely weekend!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
All gorgeous - but must say that wee spot of orange reflected from the canoist is an eye-catcher! YAM xx

Audrey said...

quel magnifique endroit et joli chien,bonnes vacances !

Kay said...

I'm feeling really hot right now, but just looking at that photo of you three in that cool lake water makes me feel better.

Penelope Postcards said...

Nice shot! I think I can guess which one of you three actually went swimming. :)

Jo said...

The clouds in the first photo, the lady in the kayak in the second and the beautiful trio in the third are all perfectly reflected. Hope you're having a great weekend, Kay. (((Hugs))) Jo

kaykuala said...

Beautiful shots, Kay! Thanks for sharing!

Hank

Kristin Linnea Backe said...

Looks lovely!

Thank you for liking my sailing photos:) The four guinea pigs say hello.

Cezar and Léia said...

What a great day and the lake is absolutely beautiful!
Léia

'Tsuki said...

Great family portrait !!! And nice reflection too...

manicddaily said...

This looks like so much fun. What a nice place and nice couple. Congrats to you for having these sweet adventures. k.

James said...

Nice shots! The lake looks inviting because it's over 100F everyday here.

SquirrelQueen said...

That gorgeous blue water looks so refreshing. Like James our temps are high and that makes the water even more inviting. But I have to ask, and you probably knew someone would, did you see Ogopogo?

Shirley said...

Your photos bring back fond memories of the Okanagan Valley. When our first two children were toddler and baby respectively we camped at a KOA campground there. It was beautiful. We also discovered how difficult it is to remove Penatin cream from two children, the oldest of which decided they both needed a good coating of it!