18 Aug 2010

Life around the wet element

In the wet parttime

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Always in the wet

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Mostly on the wet

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Wet faith

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Near the wet

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Swollowed by the wet

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Wetscapes

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Wet collecting above

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There's been a lot of drought this summer and the temperatures have been soring around the 30 degree celcius mark for periods at a time without any wind so this wet theme is close to my heart at the moment.

Luckily a bit cooler now and some showers are also happening lately. Also mega thunderstorms reaking havoc in their way. Luckily not in the area I live. We have been spared these trombs (like small hurricanes) that have taken lives, caused tremendous damages to the forests as well as buildings and rendered people stranded with roads no longer visible under the fallen trees and without electricity for weeks on end. Without electricity no phone lines nor running water. Also cell phones are functioning very badly as the signal keeps dissapearing.

I beleive parts of Sweden were effected by similar storms last summer.

Still the worst conditions have been in Russia with extreme heat and those mega forest fires causing enormous black smog in Moscow.

Global warming is surely already here.

8 comments:

George said...

These are beautiful pictures. Many of them are worthy of a frame since they are so artistic. I couldn't pick a favorite.

Linnea W said...

Really gorgeous shots here. I love the ripples and colors of the close ups of the water. Your wetlands are strikingly beautiful. It's hard to imagine that in wintertime they'll disappear under all that ice and snow. It seems like Finland is experiencing crazy weather patterns just like so many parts of the world. I hope that the worst is over. Enjoy the week.

Tapsu said...

Onpa mahtava kuvasarja!

Judy said...

Eva, some of these photos are simply gorgeous, and the others set the scene! I love your work! My favourite is the fourth one of the fish, where the tail of one flicked the surface, and the ripples are spreading all across the screen! I would put that one on a wall!

VALKYRIEN said...

Så stemningsfullt! Og så mange fine steder du har å rusle rundt på! Likte godt de bildene under tema: slukt av vannet - der var det mye fint! Forstår godt at du føler for litt vann, har jo fått med meg på nyhetene at dere har hatt det så varmt i sommer. Så varmt har ikke vi hatt det - mer en vanlig sommer med litt varmt og litt regn om hverandre. Så jeg klager ikke på noe! :)

Esther Garvi said...

Wow, so much beauty! You take such lovely photographs!

VALKYRIEN said...

Hvor er du min venn?????
Fikk en mail fra deg her om dagen jeg ikke hekt forsto? Med linker til bloggene dine - og da tenkte jeg kanskje at deu hadde startet opp igjen??

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