Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Watery Wednesday

Riprap lines the riverbank

Reaching back into the archives to dust off photos for Watery Wednesday, I found these shots of riprap and reflections and water in my old neighborhood. Our neighbors had the Taj Mahal of docks built and kindly gave me permission to go down to shoot photos early in the mornings.

The little slurpy kisses of tiny waves onto the rocks with corresponding ripples.

Reflections of the railing, rocks and sky makes an interesting abstract.

Reflection of sycamore tree, reversed from the actual angle this photo was taken.

The docks at Joe Wheeler State Park.

Trundle on over to Water Wednesday to see great shots of water all around the world! It's how I get my water fix these days.


Jan n Jer said...

Those are great water shots. Love all the reflections!

Gaelyn said...

I love the almost mercury like look to the water, and the reflections.

Carol said...

These beautiful reflections are like paintings! Truly unique and spectacular images! ;>)

2sweetnsaxy said...

These are great! I love the busy reflections.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...


Water seekers cannot get
Too much moisture, too much wet;
Though they seek both far and wide,
They will not be satisfied
Till their eyes behold a place
Filled with water, every space;
Lovely stuff, that H2O—
Water, water, let it flow!

© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher

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Eve said...

These are just great!!

john said...

Excellent pictures. I enjoy reading your descriptions as much as looking at the shots.


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