7 Jan 2009

Watery Wednesday N:o 17

So it's already time for a new one. Gosh! Doesn't time fly when you're having fun.

My choice for this week will be two more images from the same place as the previous ones, since I don't really want to put old pictures in this blog by principle. This is after all meant to be a record of this years nature developments here in southern Finland. Besides that spot is my favourite destination, since hardly ever anyone else visits it and my dogs can enjoy all the freedom their blessed little hearts desire.


I love the sound and sight of the waves hitting the shore line rocks. Especially when the evening sun colours the splashes.

These kinds of large rocks can be found around our shores and forests. They were once upon a time broken off the granit hills during the ice age. These ones rise about 1.5 metres from the ground and are as such not a particularly large ones. The big ones are the sizes of small two story houses. In the forest they are also of a different shape usually. More rounded. One such rock can be found on a picture further down in this blog. Category Kalliot/Kivet.

May I suggest that visitors to this blog make their way to see water in all its glory from around the world just by simply clicking on the button below:


16 comments:

Natural Moments said...

Having those giant rocks near the shoreline has such wonderful sensations associated with them. It seems like a wonderous spot to enjoy Nature.

Mojo said...

The rocks in the first shot almost look like really, really big candies of some sort. I love the light in both of these!

Jan said...

Great Watery captures. I really like the top one withe the sun captured in the wave splash.

Norm said...

perfect capture! I love the way you capture the place so beautiful. Visit my watery video here and thanks.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Beautiful shots! Dont' you just love having a place like this all to yourself?

Guy D said...

Great shot, thanks for sharing.

Cheers and Happy New Year!
Regina In Pictures

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautuful water worlds with those huge, ancient rocks! Rugged and stunning!

Inkivääri said...

Hienoja vesiä teillä päin! Että tämmöinenkin haaste, minun pitäisi nyt ottaa kuva vesilasista, järvi on tukevasti jäässä;)

Tarolino said...

Inkivääri: Vettä se on jääkin :)

2sweetnsaxy: Certainly it's a blessing to have a spot like that only half an hours drive from home. There are others too just as beautiful (if not more) but they tend to be populated by other nature admires.

Jan: I kept taking serial pictures of the splashes but this one I thought was best because of the colours.

Thanking all of you darlings for being so positive and sweet with your comments.

Constructive critisism will not go amiss so feel free to tell me if you think something could be done better. Only that way can a person improve.

Gracia (Grace) said...

Hello, Your photos of the water crashing upon the ancient rocks looks like such a wonderful place to live near.
I am enjoying your collection of songs on your playlist. Most are songs I know, Abba, Queen,.I'm new to blogging and I have yet to figure out how to do it.

simply divina said...

Happy nEw year to you.. You have a very nice photo for watery wednesday.. Is this a sunset? This is pretty..

Tarolino said...

Gracia: Click on my music box where it says Create Free Playlist and then just open up an account. When all is done and ready you'll get a code to embed into your blog.

Simply Divina: Thanks. The sun was very low but not quite setting on that moment.

bobbie said...

So very beautiful!

I love your header photo too!

Denise said...

Wonderful photographs, thanks for sharing them.

Carrizo said...

Very mystical photos with full of feelings. I like them.

Regards Matti.

ilanadavita said...

Great shots; especially the first one!