Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Watery Wednesday #40

If you haven't checked out Watery Wednesday, what are you waiting for? If you've never been cyber wet, here's your chance! Click here or on the icon at the end of the post to visit my Watery Wednesday meme and see the wonderful variety of watery shots form all over the world.






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29 comments:

Dagrun said...

Beautiful, my favourite is the last one! I love drops on everything, I think... (when it comes to photographing of course ;)

Aileni said...

I can almost hear the gurgling of thirsty flowers.

Esther Garvi said...

That last shot is my favourite, but being thirsty and watching your watery shots did not help my thirst, lol! Must go and get some water now, straight away! :-D

Niger greetings from Sweden,
Esther

char72 said...

Beautiful - cool - refreshing.
Happy W.W.
Charlotte

Darla said...

Water droplets add something special.

Ebie said...

Waaaaa!, the flowers aren't thristy anymore! Nice shots! Oh, the stinky plant, it is still there and it is open during the week, except that on Tuesday, they were closed and so members were allowed in. According to the docent, they will send an announcement when the flower will bloom because it will last only for a day or two. I will email you when I will receive an announcement. And about the butterflies, they are so pretty. First time to take clear photographs because they were just up close. And one of the students, saw one monarch landed on my top because I was wearing a bright and colorful one.

Photo Cache said...

Beautiful collection of watery images. Love the drops, wow.

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Carletta said...

Lovely water drenched blooms!
Beautiful shots!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Water or rain drops really do a lot for a picture. Excellent ones TB.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Love these roses..such a different thing when they are wet- pretty-

Shaun said...

I find the first one the best. For no other reason than I want to stick my head into the sprinkler and see how long I can hold it there for. Does that make me wierd?

Pacey said...

I love that sprinkler, so uniquely rare and i just love. The flowers look so good too, more than good.

Regina said...

Another great post.
Good for summer.

Arija said...

Your drenched flowers are wonderful.
Thank you for hosting this meme.

Tricia said...

You take such beautiful photos, especially close-ups! Gorgeous!

Sanna said...

Powerful and beatiful!

NicoleB said...

Gosh these are so beautiful. I can smell the freshness after the rain!

The Birdlady said...

Love 'em all!

Karen said...

Love this series of shots !!

I can almost feel the water on my face from that first one..

Very cool captures !!!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I think the roots of these flowers are giggling because their roots feel tickled. ;-)

Bryan said...

I love the first photo. That water spray, though from a fake source, looks so awesomely powerful.

srp said...

These are all lovely... the first one reminds me that with all the construction we are having done we are going to have to replace a lot of these sprinkler heads... too many big red concrete truck running them over.

JewWishes said...

What beautiful watery flowery photos! Each one is lovely. The droplets really catch the light.

Pure joy.

sonia a. mascaro said...

Wow! Great photos, principally these roses!

These red fruits on my header are BRAZILIAN CHERRY, (Eugenia uniflora). The fruit is delicious eaten out-of-hand or as an ingredient in jelly, sauce and pies.

Thanks for your visiting and comment.

Maria Berg said...

I used watering can and you had sprinklers - our plants need water all over the worlds but not to day here from me because it is raining.

Love to look around your blog to see the butterflies and all the birds and the bird watcher...

Plats look even better with rain drops on top,

/MB

Linnea W said...

Amazing how you captured the water droplets on those beautiful roses! Unreal. And I love the sprinkler shot...creative!

Bim said...

Very beautiful roses. An they look extremely clean and fresh :)

storyteller's other blog said...

Marvelous watery photos even in the midst of our California drought! Your flowers are beautiful!
Hugs and blessings,

Ladynred said...

These are beautiful shots. I love them all.