Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Watery Wednesday #84

Happy Watery Wednesday! I hope you're ready to pull out those watery shots. I'm ready to get my eyes wet, are you? Enjoy!


I've been posting shot of my trip to San Diego a week ago. This is one of the shots I took of the fountain outside of my company's office building. I really like the way the water looks like a ripply sheet. I hope you like it too.
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47 comments:

Photo Cache said...

the water flows so silkily. i like how you captured that.

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Marie said...

Awesome how you captured the flowing water!

Tink *~*~* said...

Photo Cache said it - the word "silky" comes to mind. Well done! I seriously think you should offer an online course on how to photograph water - even if it's just an eBook, I'm sure people would pay a couple of bucks for something so useful!

Tink *~*~*

Johnny Nutcase said...

really nice composition...everything fits together so nicely!

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautiful perspective of the intense flow of water! Fascinating!

EG Wow said...

I DO like it. I wonder what causes that effect.

Hedwig said...

Your photo is fantastic !

Nattsyrran said...

Lovely photo!!!

Rinkly Rimes said...

An unusual angle gives a spaghetti-like appearance. Very unusual.

NatureFootstep said...

a great shot, it looks like glass.

Judy said...

That is a wonderful shot...you captured it well.

luna said...

Great shot!
Happy Wateriy Wednesday!

ρομπερτ said...

wow - looks as if being made of crystal. incredible.
Please have a wonderful Wednesday.


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Mirage said...

pretty amazing flow of water...woul love to learn that!

Pam said...

I love the slow action effect of the water, 2sweetnsaxy. I almost looks like it is frozen in time.

Thank you for hosting WW every week so we can enjoy some watery fun :)

Have a wonderful week.

wenn said...

awesome! Happy WW!

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

beautiful watery shot

Hilda said...

I do! It looks like a fancy glass pedestal. Awesome shot!

Evelyn said...

Sure is watery!

serline said...

It looks like a thick strips of Asian glass(transparent)noodles flowing down into a large pot of boiling water.

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

You are an amazing photographer of water. This is one of your remarkable photos. To me, it looks like sculpted ice, or curling tresses, or some living thing. Just amazing, and beautiful, as always.

I have a tulip with raindrops today:

http://www.artsquadgraphics.com/blog/2010/04/20/tulip-raindrops/

Linnea W said...

Fabulous! The way you captured the flow of water is exquisite! It reminds me of sculpted ice, too! Thanks for hosting.

nuts said...

that's lovely and it looks like a smooth sheets.. my entry is fountain too..

Carolyn Ford said...

This is a beautiful composition...and wonderful fountain!
For sure...one to linger by and enjoy for awhile!

GrammyMouseTails said...

Lovely! looks like crystal. my 1st time here, clicked through from Sara Chapman. such great photos, I am enjoying my visit! I am very much an amateur...
Faythe @GrammyMousetails

NicoleB, Egypt said...

Lovely fountain shot!
That water looks like floating long hair!

hip chick said...

Fantastic picture. Great perspective.

diane said...

Great fountain shot.

MOO said...

The ripples in this snap really add to the composition. Love the angle, too!

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Laura Hegfield said...

beautiful and soothing Tracy:)

Mylene said...

I don't like it , I love it! The flow of water on the bottom is kind of unique. Thanks for taking time to take a photo of it and sharing it with us.

Blessings!

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Erik "Semlan" said...

Like your composition, great shot.

Carolina Mountains said...

Wonderful shot of the fountain!

dawn said...

Lovely... I'd like to learn to do that!

luvsclassics said...

Hello, Great flowing water.

My link has been added, it's watery theme at the Philadelphia zoo.

Shey said...

Great shot! Really love it.

tinasphotoblog said...

Great capture of the water, I like it very much!! :)

Tobi Britton*pinkpixieforest.blogspot.com said...

Wish we could go swimming!

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Ruby said...

I am still catching! lovely image again Bruce!

Euroangel said...

happy WW day!

Self Sagacity said...

You're right, I agree that the water has a rippling effect and it's very dramatic. Nicely done like always.

Leif Hagen said...

Very cool and fun - great to find the original source of all this water!
Kind regards from Eagan Daily Photo blog in Minnesota, USA

Ann said...

This sheet of falling water reminds me of a giant fountain in Singapore. The call it something like waters of fortune.

Judy Sheldon-Walker said...

They have a cascading water wall at Fire Keepers casino in Battle Creek. It looks very similar. Your picture is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Rache said...

i like how you capture that water... it's really nice...

-rache

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