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Joe Lightheart

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Trees reflected

Monkey pod and coconut trees in the park reflected on a very calm morning.

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  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 1/125
  • Resolution: 72/1
  • Created: 5th September 2017
  • Uploaded: 12th October 2017
  • Category: Landscape
  • Views: 76
  • Likes: 41



  • Leigh Goessl
    11 months ago
    Wow that water is so still. Wonderful details you've captured! Those awesome reflections get me every time :)
  • Jsvasquez1986
    11 months ago
    great photo
  • Elenka Smilenova
    • Seller
    11 months ago
    I had not seen a monkey tree. I definitely liked it. The photo is magnificent.
    • Joe Lightheart
      11 months ago
      Thank you so much, Elenka, Appreciate it!
  • vision
    11 months ago
    Wow that's amazing. The water is so still it transmits tranquility to the eye.
    • Joe Lightheart
      11 months ago
      Thank you, vision. Early in the morning the winds are ver calm, but by the time I left it had picked up and ripples were already formed. Thanks!
  • bluedog photo. J.R. McClellan
    11 months ago
    A calming and peaceful image,very well done Joe.
  • Joanne Collicott McGuigan
    11 months ago
    Wonderful view with row of palms. Awesome detailed reflections. Interesting monkey tree, I’ve never seen one before.
    • Joe Lightheart
      11 months ago
      Thank you Joanne. It's a tree that lives in tropical climates and puts out a lot of nice shade. Thank you for sharing!
  • Ruud van den Breevaart
    11 months ago
    Again a very beautiful photo, nice reflections!
  • ButchReinhart
    • Seller
    11 months ago
    Beautiful. The colors pop. Great photo.
  • Michael Flick Photography
    11 months ago
    Beautiful :) is that one huge tree in the middle? You captured a great reflection and lovely colors :)
    • Joe Lightheart
      11 months ago
      Thank you Michael. The big tree is the Monkey Pod tree and around here it's used to make wood carvings like bowls, trinkets and such.