time to reflect

went out this evening to get a sunset shot. Only problem was that there wasn't much of a sunset to speak of so took this shot and edited it in Picmonkey using the Orton Effect (inspired by a shot of Sean O'Neill's I saw earlier today.) It's so different from my normal 'style' that I am not too sure what I think of it really.

The water is a flooded field at the nearby Broughton Castle.

Heard this morning that they have arrested someone for yesterday's burglaries in the village. Must say I do have mixed feelings about CCTV, but it seems that in this case it did its job.
posted January 4th, 2013  
This is just stunning Jan! Fav : )
posted January 4th, 2013  
Great reflection. I love the composition.
posted January 4th, 2013  
Beautiful
posted January 4th, 2013  
Well done.
posted January 4th, 2013  
Great shot Jan
posted January 4th, 2013  
great reflection! Nice job
posted January 4th, 2013  
Lovely!
posted January 4th, 2013  
Great composition, nice job!
posted January 4th, 2013  
Great result I'd say.
posted January 4th, 2013  
Well I think it's a stunning shot, love the row of trees and the perfect reflection. Superb.
posted January 4th, 2013  
this is a stunning shot.
posted January 4th, 2013  
Love this! Fav!
posted January 4th, 2013  
Love the POV and the reflections!
posted January 4th, 2013  
Gorgeous photo. I just love your composition and the selection of black and white for this was excellent.
posted January 4th, 2013  
a gorgeous shot! FAV
posted January 4th, 2013  
Wow I really love this capture. So still!!!!
posted January 5th, 2013  
Beautiful!
posted January 5th, 2013  
Love the reflection. Great pic.
posted January 5th, 2013  
Beautiful reflections!
posted January 5th, 2013  
I really like this. Great black n white and lovely reflection
posted January 5th, 2013  
Nice effect - beautiful photo :)
posted January 5th, 2013  
Beautiful!
posted January 5th, 2013  
I think that you did an outstanding job. The far background images are so clear and interesting. The close-up is beautiful. FAV
posted January 5th, 2013  
This is beautiful, Jan! I love the perfect symmetry! Stunning!
posted January 5th, 2013  
Beautiful B/W shot,lovely reflections!!
posted January 5th, 2013  
Gosh you are still quite badly flooded............does make for a very picturesque landscape though!!! This is quite beautiful in a very soft and quietly understated way love it fav
posted January 5th, 2013  
Beautiful shot - love the reflections and great in b&w
posted January 5th, 2013  
Beautiful shot. The reflections are fantastic. Well done. Hope the flooding subsides soon and that you are all ok.
posted January 5th, 2013  
Wonderful... great reflections! Congrats on the popular page :)
posted January 6th, 2013  
Fantastic! A fav!
posted January 6th, 2013  
Might not be your usual style but you've aced it !! Great composition & reflections. Really sums up the winter we've been having
posted January 6th, 2013  
Really great Jan, fave!
posted January 6th, 2013  
beautiful!
posted January 6th, 2013  
This is amazing! Fav!
posted January 6th, 2013  
stunning contrasts and reflections.
posted January 6th, 2013  
this is wonderful! Fav
posted January 6th, 2013  
Congrats on the PP!
posted January 6th, 2013  
Stunningly beautiful shot... Instant fav and many congratulations on the PP page...so very well deserved!! ♥
posted January 6th, 2013  
I love it!
posted January 6th, 2013  
Really, really fabulous Jan, I'll just go and add my name to your fav list :)
posted January 6th, 2013  
Nicely done, love the calmness this represents. Congrats on the PP
posted January 7th, 2013  
Fav this one, I am a sucker for beautiful black & white photos.
posted January 7th, 2013  
oooo, I kinda love this!!
posted January 8th, 2013  
Another stunning photo!
posted January 11th, 2013  
Beautiful!
posted January 11th, 2013  
Fabulous Fav
posted January 12th, 2013  
LOVE the composition and that mirror-like reflection. Another Fav.
posted January 13th, 2013  
I love this very much! So much I think I'll fav it!
posted January 13th, 2013  
Its like the trees are a remnant of smoke from a train receding in the distance. Awesome.
posted January 16th, 2013  
@nickorama Thanks Nick, yes, I can see exactly what you mean :0)
posted January 16th, 2013  
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