Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Watery Wednesday #108

I'm posting two shots this week because I couldn't make up my mind which one to post. Are you ready to get a little cyber wet? I am! Just wanted to say thank you to everyone who participates. I apologize that I don't get to everyone who posts but I want you to know that I appreciate each and every one of you!! Let's get wet!




RULES: Create your Watery Wednesday post first then come back and enter your name and the link to your post in the spaces provided. Next, just have fun visiting the other entrants to see their posts. If you leave a comment they'll know you've visited and will visit you in return. Have fun!


47 comments:

Photo Cache said...

Hi, this is my weekly watery visit. Hope you're having a good day and a great week. Love the first image.

Ewok

Mike B. said...

Love the old pile sticking above the water line. I imagine it would have a few stories to tell if it could.

Tink *~*~* said...

Love the reflection of the leaf :)

Tink *~*~*

Gizelle said...

love the minimalistic approach!

NatureFootstep said...

the leaf is great, mut I have a soft spot for old wood.

Rune K said...

The picture of the leaf is very harmonic, with calm colours. The second one is mystical, one expects to see some strange creatures appear on the surface.

Pagan Sphinx said...

Your photos are always great! This week, I love the leaf reflection in the water.

My Watery Wednesday Entry

Evelyn said...

Beautiful. The first is like a watercolour.

Charlene: the Polarblogger said...

Both images are so lovely and dramatic!

ρομπερτ said...

Time has rarely been measured more beautiful.

Please have a wonderful Wednesday.

daily athens

eileeninmd said...

Love your watery photos this week. The leaf floating is a beautiful shot.

Hilda said...

Both are beautiful, but I think I like the first one the best. The light on and through the dry leaf is wonderful!

Denise said...

Stunning shots, the lighting on them is beautiful!

eden said...

Love both images. Wonderfully captured.

Happy Watery Wednesday.

John said...

Great shots!

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Love the leave on the water.

Elizabeth said...

That first one is incredible - love its simplicity.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Well seen and clever shot.
Wong

Pam said...

Both shots make a big splash with me, 2Sweet. There beautiful as always!

I hope the rest of your week is Happy.

Icy BC said...

Gorgeous photos and wonderful lighting!

Junneth said...

Wow wonderful post. Have a Watery Wednesday! Mine is posted WW #48

Boom Nisanart said...

Beautiful Photos...fabulous post

Debbie Smith said...

Cool pictures! The leaf looks like it's sitting on glass!
Have a fabulous day!

Rinkly Rimes said...

No wonder you couldn't decide. Both shots are lovely.

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

While the post is very well seen, the innate grace of the floating leaf, well it just floats MY boat. Wonderful.

lina@happy family said...

The first photo is perfect!

Dhemz said...

both photos are stunning! love the first one the most....:)

it's my first time to join!

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Vicki said...

It would be hard to choose between them. They are both beautiful, and calming to look at!

Rossel said...

thanks for posting both. both are beautiful!

Nathalie said...

I can't choose either. Both are really gorgeous!

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautiful water tones and reflections in both shots!

Vintagesouthernlife said...

Beautiful!
Happy Watery Wednesday!

Nattsyrran said...

Like the first photo a lot. =)))

christina said...

my first time join..

love both pics..

More power!

Sar@h said...

La première photo est empreinte de légèreté …
The first picture is so light … I like the contrast tone pink & blue.

jabblog said...

These images spell serenity and peace - beautiful!

Jessica said...

Beautiful shots!

Arija said...

Well that is the first time I have seen a parrot swimming!!!
Wonderful shots but the upturned leaf/cockatoo takes the cake.

Shirley said...

I particularly like the first image. Great shot!

Cindy said...

Those are great shots! Once again, thank you for this lovely meme, and thanks for allowing me to join in again.
Hugs, Cindy

Bloggin in PA said...

Love both those pics! I can see why you had a hard time deciding between the two!

Jew Wishes said...

What pure simplicity and beauty in these two photos.

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i love the images!

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Best wishes!

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Ann said...

I like the second one, I often see these rotting poles at the jetties of Rejang river in Borneo when I was growing up.

Frank said...

I never get enough of watery scenes from around the world.

Shydub said...

What a stunning photography. very nice.

bhupesh said...

nice one