Lake Carolina  

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Uploaded: 08/31/22 5:43 PM GMT
Lake Carolina
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Lake Carolina is the largest of the seven lakes (Diamond, Sapphire, Crystal, Mirror, Silver, and Ski Lakes are the others) within the community I live in. It's perfectly situated (5 minutes from my front door) when I absolutely need to be on the water but don't have much time.


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08/31/22 9:16 PM GMT
A nice scene. Sometimes just getting on the lake will relieve stress when viewing nature. Just don't take a phone or don't answer calls. My patio is a no-phone area.
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09/01/22 4:06 AM GMT
I like the depth of field you gain from the low hanging clouds allowing visibility of the distant clouds behind them. Also, wonderful reflections in the lake too.
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09/01/22 7:57 AM GMT
Chris, lucky you for having this tranquility and beauty almost next to your front door.
'Room to breathe' again. It's a pity however that you haven't much time to spend your leisure activities.
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09/01/22 2:10 PM GMT
Very nice and how wonderful to be so close to those lakes. This really reminds of a lake not far from where I live. tigs=^..^=
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09/06/22 3:02 PM GMT
I really like the balance in this shot between the sky and the water.
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09/13/22 7:24 AM GMT
Stunning capture, truly a perfect angle and every aspect brings us much to appreciate, bravo.
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09/13/22 12:11 AM GMT
Despite the inclusion of modern homes, this one immediately reminded me of an 1845 painting done by George Caleb Bingham, titled "Fur Traders Descending the Missouri". While the painting is much softer in the background (the man was great at fabricating bokeh), it is the sky that created the bridge between your image and Bingham's. Having chased a degree in fine art, (seemingly) many hundreds of years ago, I find myself comparing some Caedes submissions to the fine art of my mid-to-late 20's, most of the time, favorably.

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