Photo of the Week: Monet Dreamed

Photo of the Week: Monet Dreamed

A reflection of the forest in a stream in Virginia at Poor Farm Park—seems like Monet painted it himself.

When folks think of the Chesapeake Bay watershed, often grand rivers come to mind first, but they would not exist without the millions of tiny woodland streams that are the quiet heroes. They form from the land draining and here life goes about it's business without anyone writing epic poems in celebration and few songs glorify them. The frogs and slithery things that live here are fine with that!

—Bob Diller

Ensure that Bob and future generations continue to enjoy extraordinary sights and places like these along the Chesapeake. Support the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint—the plan to Save the Bay and its waters!

Do you have a favorite Chesapeake photo you'd like to submit to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's Photo of the Week contest? Upload your digital photo along with a brief description of where and when it was taken, and what the Chesapeake Bay means to you. We look forward to seeing your photos!



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