Friday, September 9, 2016

Bright Relections


More photos from Bray Park .. this is NOT a pond but should be grass. It is a giant mud grass puddle


For two days I tried to think of the name of the woman who was always tied to the railroad tracks and the train was coming.
I spent 15 minutes typing different things in Google search. nothing came....


2 days later I said to Bob.
Perils of PAULINE... he said WHAT? I said... I just thought of the ladies name tied to he railroad tracks. It's . Pauline.

What? Why were you trying to think of her name.

My answer was I don't Know. and so far I have not remembered why I was trying to think of her name. If  I ever remember the post I was going to do about it, you will see it here.


21 comments:

Linda said...

I remember the Perils of Pauline! My mother's name is Pauline. Wonder if they have some clips on you tube? I'm gonna look later!

Ginny Hartzler said...

It must have been such a calm day. The reflections are perfect, no wavering or anything. They are beautiful! Pauline...maybe you were going to post something about trains? Now I am curious!

Mersad said...

I know that images of the woman on the railroad tracks as well. Never knew the name of the movie. :)

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

jandi said...

it looks like your park has had a lake there forever... have a beautiful day!

TexWisGirl said...

just beautiful, though.

Mildred said...

Sure made some lovely photos. Such a gorgeous, still day.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, you did capture some pretty reflection on your grass puddle. I had a LOL about the Perils of Pauline memory.

Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

Gayle - venturesinphotos said...

I thought of Dudley Do-Right and Nell. At least both ladies had a knight in shining armor.

From the Kitchen said...

I love reflection photographs--whether in water or glass!! Now I'm off to look up "damsels in distress on railroad tracks".

Best,
Bonnie

Madi and Mom said...

MS that is for sure one puddle i don't want to nap in but it is purrty.

Mom's friend recently told her she went by the school where she taught for 30 years. When she saw the school secretary she could not remember her name.
She was telling this to her hubby, his response was, that is ok honey as long as you always remember your way home
Hugs Madi and mom

carolann said...

Loved Madi's comment on your blog. Made me laugh.

Your pictures are beautiful Sandra.
Love your shadows.

Mevely317 said...

So glad I'm not the only one!
Only last month I was trying to remember the name of the family dog on the Jetson's. WHY? You tell me and we'll both know! :)))

SweetMarie said...

beautiful reflections! I just saw the above comment about the Jetson's. Every time the hummingbirds are visiting I think of the Jetson's. lol

Denise inVA said...

Hermine gave you some very pretty photo ops in this case. Those reflections are gorgeous. Perils of Pauline? I remember the lady on the train track back in the silent movie days, and the bad man with the cape and the big tall black hat and the mustache. They made an updated version in 1967 of the same name.

DawnTreader said...

I've been trying for weeks to rememeber what a certain actor who turned up in a TV series recently was called in another series from which I remembered him. I don't know his real name either though, so I couldn't look it up. Been driving me crazy. Then suddenly his name was mentioned in that other series, and at the moment I remember that. But now I have forgotten in which series it was he turned up as someone else (and what name he had there!) (and I still don't know his Real name) LOL

Ruth Hiebert said...

Those reflections are stunning.

Ann said...

Those reflections are so pretty. I'm glad you though of her name because I knew it was Dudley Dooright who always saved her but I couldn't think of her name.

Breathtaking said...

Hello Sandra!:) Wow! Gorgeous picture, and reflections, no wonder you took lots of photos. The "pond" looks like it's been there for ever. As for the Perils of Pauline, yes, I remember the old black and white silent movie, but don't remember where, or when, I saw it.

Felicia said...

beautiful puddles.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Awesome reflections!!!

Ida said...

There sure are some beautiful trees in that park.