Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Watery Wednesday #30

If you haven't joined Watery Wednesday yet what are you waiting for? There's nothing like a little water for the eyes. Here's my photo for this week. I thought it was an interesting shot and I hope you like it.


And because I couldn't figure out which one to post, I'm adding this one too:


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32 comments:

Gill - That British Woman said...

both are super photos, but I like the first one the best.

Gill in Canada

Pam said...

Thank you for hosting Watery Wednesday, 2Sweet. Your photos are amazing as always. be Happy:)

Mariamellie said...

Ow so Lovely!! =) I love the pink flower on the water! Have a nice spring time!

Pacey said...

I've now posted and joined in the fun. Thanks for hosting this meme. I like it coz I'm just a water person. The photos are so cool and they are such beautiful trashes.

Beautiful said...

Lovely! I love these. Love the bright colors added to the color of water.

Mojo said...

Sweet! Especially the first one.

Tricia said...

that's really pretty! i like the colors - mini lily pads! they're so cuuute

luna miranda said...

love the first photo...looks like a painting.

The Right Blue said...

Looks like the first photo is winning the popularity contest so far. I'm voting for it, too! I suppose those are leaves in the water, but to me they almost look like scallop shells.

Carletta said...

Yep, the first!
I don't know flowers and had to go google - lily pads are red underneath.
Now this is really a cool shot!! :)

Carletta said...

Sorry, meant to include my post is on my photoblog:Carletta’s Captures.

T and S said...

Beautiful images, the first one's my favorite.

Petit Eyekiss said...

Just lovely pictures!

ROSIDAH said...

I love both photos, especially the first one. It looks like heart-shaped flowers. Flowers and water is one of my favorite combination. Best wishes :)

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

Very beautiful. I liked the first one more.

Silhouette of a Temple of Dwarka

Judy said...

I also prefer the first photo! Thanks to Carletta for the info about the underneaths being red. I like the reflections in both, too!

Laurieluc said...

Well I guess I'm the odd man out then... I prefer the second. While I like the sunlight on the lilypads in the first shot, I do like how you captured that beautiful pink flower, I love the illumination the sun gives it. Is the bottom petal a petal or its reflection and did you shoot from eye-level or from above?

Dylan said...

Amazing pictures, so vivid and clear.. love your work (:-)

Arlene said...

Am wondering if the flowers are on cut from the main stem? They are under water..it looks like flood had them. :) Really, both photos are interesting.

Hi sweet, i played this week! It's been a couple of weeks i have not played.

Have a happy Easter!

2sweetnsaxy said...

Answers about the 2nd shot - The flowers in the last photo are camelias. There was a camelia tree on the edge of stream and the camelias had fallen from the tree into the water. I'm sure the bottom petals are under the water though one of them is floating on the wate. It was taken with the zoom feature on my camera from across the stream.

ramblingwoods.com said...

That is beautiful..I wish our pond had more vegetation of some kind..

amanda said...

love them both but the second has some very interesting lighting very pretty!

Tammie Lee said...

These are both so beautiful. The colors, textures- soft and clear are wonderful and alive!

Thank you for hosting this wonderful weekly event!

Mary Elizabeth said...

Beautiful shots.
Have a wonderful weekend
Mary Elizabeth Blog.

Jew Wishes said...

What fantastic shots! The first one almost reminds me of a Monet painting.

Beauitful tones and contrasts.

Lin said...

What beautiful pictures! I especially love the first one. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

My timing is out again as I almost missed this one. That first image is stunning TB. Love it.

Tulip said...

Lovely shot and love the camelia flower so cute!!!

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Sherry said...

These are lovely shots. The first one is my favorite, it's stunning!

Denise said...

Awesome photos! Both are exquisite and I love the colorful bloom in the second shot. And as always just love your music choices :)

Mary said...

That first shot is wonderful and the second one is, too :-)