Posted by: Kai Brockbank | January 8, 2011

Lac d’Ibardin

Water effects in the Lac d'Ibardin, near Hendaye and Biriatu, Basque country, Southwest France - Lac d'Ibardin, vers Hendaye et Biriatou, Pays Basque

December 2010, Panasonic Lumix DMC fz38, 4000 x 3000

        The reservoir that our tap water comes from!

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  1. love this pic, Kai! very soft colors you’ve caught here

    • Thanks! I’m glad you like it! I liked the rocks dropping off into the depths of the water and the reflections…
      Thanks for this comment!

  2. You’re welcome! Oh, yes. The rocks in the depth are quite nice. There is a very interesting flow between water, the reflection of trees and rocks. Thanks again for posting!

    • Thanks again! I’m so glad you like the flow! I find it really interesting to know why people like (or don’t like) my photos.
      Thanks for this!

  3. good shot!

    • Thanks Laurens! I really appreciate it.

  4. Very beautiful, serene and clean. If you feel like seeing where our water comes from – this is a shot from a hot day last summer http://lynnwiles.wordpress.com/2010/09/02/reservoir/

    • Thanks Lynn! I’m glad you like it! Thanks for the link too, I’ll take a look!


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