24 Mar 2009

Watery Wednesday N:o 28 - Ice, droplets and bubbles

This is Watery Wednesday. Put your wellies on, push your canoe out on the water, open your umbrella, stick your bikinis on and join in with the wet world.


This image was taken a week or so back and it is totally gone now. I had this motive in my outdoor plantbox were a drain had kept dripping water on it from the upstairs balcony.


To me it's like a lady with a scarf on her head walking in an ice forest. I wonder, do you see it?


Already then it was drip drip dripping away


Trying to catch a droplet just as it falls. I just never did.

The bubbles below were formed on a lake were a stream runs down into it.




Taken with two different filters. Hence the difference in colour. The real colour was somewhere in between.

Thankyou to the WW host 2sweetnsaxy for this meme

29 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful photos of the ice/droplets... Love that last one--with the blue color.
Hugs,
Betsy

Pekka said...

Tuossa sinisävyisessä kuvassa kuplan sisällä näyttäisi olevan pieni kilpikonna. "Little turtle" varmaankin vieraalla kielellä. ;-)

kayleen said...

The difference in the photos because of the filters is striking. Great series of photos.

a pot, a thought & a smidgen of dirt said...

Love these photos so peaceful

VALKYRIEN said...

Is er nå et vakkert motiv! Det siste er nyyyyydelg! Elsker disse blåfargene som kommer i lysbrytningene. Jeg blir like overrasket hver gang de popper opp på skjermen!

Gill - That British Woman said...

WOW, just stunning, you're very talented.

Gill in Canada

George said...

I just love your macros. I did see the woman with the scarf walking in the ice forest. Beautiful, watery, photos.

Guy D said...

Incredible artistic photos, I love them.

Cheers
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Raven said...

Fantastic photos - I love them all - so simple and beautiful.

bettyl said...

Excellent pictures! You took advantage of a great opportunity. Yes, I see the lady.

Today's Blah... said...

I love them again Tarolino, as always you give us each day a surprise.

Judy said...

I love the icicles!! How long did you spend tring to get the droplet letting go of the icicle?

Glennis said...

Interesting the difference in the bubble photos, both are great.

Kallen305 said...

Absolutely amazing closeup pictures. Gorgeous!

Laurieluc said...

very nice shots--well done.

Bryan said...

Was that first photo taken upside down? It's quite wacky.

hpy said...

On thefirst one I see not one woman but two. The second one is at the left, and she has her hair dressed in a funny way, high up on the head.

Kendris said...

Beautiful shots! And I could definitely see the lady in the first!

Linnea W said...

Wow! You have such patience to shoot such close ups. Fabulous. I simple love the last one, especially. They are all so abstract and wonderful...

Will said...

Look like a crystal bubbles! awesome.

fishing guy said...

Tarolino: What a neat water post, you got some wonerful water captures,

Pagan Sphinx said...

What a wonderful and fascinating series!

Ida said...

Veldig vakkert! :)

viennadaily said...

That's a curious bubble! :D

Taj_maan said...

Cool ice shots! Would like to try that!

Carletta said...

I so see the lady in the forest!
These pics are awesome - great captures.

Zilga said...

Kaunista vettä, kaunista jäätä!!
Olet kuvaajana todellinen taituri ja luot hienoja sarjoja meidän ihailtavaksemme.
Blogissani sinulle jotain.

2sweentsaxy said...

These are wonderful! I really, really like these, especially the first one. :-)

Carrizo said...

Wow.

The last one is gorgeus!