Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Watery Wednesday #35

Do you know what it's like to get cyber wet? Check out Watery Wednesday and let you eyes dive into the water shots from all over the world.

I've always wanted to see a waterfall in person. This is the closest I've come so far, the waterfall at the Los Angeles zoo. If you look closely, can see the rail behind the waterfall?

This second shot was taken from standing at the rail behind the waterfall where there are dark caverns to wander through. I captured the drops of water falling from the top of the opening.



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31 comments:

Photo Cache said...

That second shot is pretty neat. I love it.

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Pam said...

Thanks for hosting Watery Wednesday, 2sweet.
Your photos are the BEST!

Bim said...

You've got pretty close, indeed :)
I absolutely love the second shot.

Pacey said...

WOw,the second shot is so awesome. I could almost imagine me doing it too. :)

Audun said...

Great shots. The last one almost makes you feel the drops.

Jan said...

Very cool. Love your photos.

Clueless in Boston said...

Nice shots for Watery Wednesday.

Ebie said...

I agree with everybody about the second photo. i could just put my hands and feel the droplets.

Lawstude said...

ooooh. i love waterfalls and the best ones i have seen are those i have to trek for about half a day.

greta details on the shot. :)

nature ramblings said...

So refreshing!! Love that second shot, you would never know its only a water feature in a park!!! Thanks for sharing and have a great day!

The Right Blue said...

It may not be a natural waterfall, but it sure is pretty just the same.

luna miranda said...

wow! the second photo is awesome!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Thats a beautiful shot TB. Waterfalls are not easy to capture.

Aileni said...

Lovely. I am only familiar with relatively small scale waterfalls but they are always magic.

Wonder Turquette said...

Very beautiful waterfall! The second photo is EXCELLENT!!!

Have a great Wednesday! :-)

chrome3d said...

I have never been under the waterfall. That must be cool and loud place! Both photos were really beautiful in their different ways.

kazu said...

Wow beautiful water.Wonderful shots.Great photos!

Tricia said...

I guess living in LA wouldn't allow you to see many natural waterfalls, but I hope one day you'll be able to visit Yellowstone & see the one there - Fantastically Beautiful! You'll love it!

Connie said...

Nice capture of the drops of water.

happyone said...

Beautiful water fall and wow those water drops are terrific!! Great capture!!

Tammie Lee said...

beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!

storyteller said...

Both are beautiful watery photos!
Hugs and blessings,

NicoleB said...

I love that waterfall shot AND the other one.
That must be a fairy tale like place!

Karen said...

That second shot is really excellent! I love it :-)

I like the first one as well..

I love waterfalls . I have a photo around here someplace, where I captured a rainbow in the spray from the falls that I was at. I think it was the Huku falls , back home in NZ...

Denise said...

Fabulous photos, love the second, water frozen in time. Just love it, love both your photos.

Regina said...

Great shots.
I missed posting.

JuneMoonToon said...

Great pictures. How neat, you can go behind the waterfall!

Shey said...

Lovely photos, awesome macro capture. WOW! :)

Steve B said...

I love the forms in the second photo. Falling water can make some fun shapes.

amanda guthrie said...

Like them both but number 2 is out of this world!