I couldn’t resist the challenge when I viewed the theme, Water. What fun this will be to view other entries and to share. My mind went soaring when coming up with what to include. I had to chuckle thinking to myself, “I sure wish I could drink the right amount of water each day that is required as easy as it was to come up with beautiful fun photos of this wondrous substance called water.”
Well, here you have my entry for “Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge…Water”
I really enjoyed this theme. It took me back to some great moments. One of my joys is to water my “yard-garden” and then take some shots of some precious homegrown plants. The water droplets are so fun to try and capture. One day in the near future I will get a macro lens and have a hay day everyday with all my photo captures…they’re out there waiting for me. Til then, I just enjoy what I can get…and I really do enjoy it! They are not professional shots, but they are Mine…Oh wait, that was another challenge…anyway, water droplets, I love!
Water is also a home to many living things. I had the pleasure of viewing Salmon at Tumwater Falls Park in Washington. Would have loved to had some of those on a plate or two or three… It was a fun sight to see. The falls and stream water there at the park was a beautiful sight also. The trail had very nice views and offered a lot of variety. Not a very long trail, but just enough to catch some nice shots.
Water, a source of beauty and and an invitation to tourist pleasure. In Chicago, Illinois, Buckingham Fountain is great to see day or night. But you have to admit, the night time water, music and light show is the one to catch. Great fun, Great shots, and an abundant amount of water that spouts through this fountain. The center of the fountain shoots up vertically 150 feet in the air!
Water, what a great theme. I can’t wait to visit and see what is being shared.
Something that can be so calming, gentle and needful yet it can be forceful, harmful and uncontrollable. Water has many faces, yet whatever is present…you have to respect it. Gotta have it, can’t live without it.
Wonder what your fondest memory of water would be. Mine would be as a child riding through giant water puddles after a heavy rain. Too bad I didn’t have photos of that to post…that would definitely have been included in my entry.
I’m thankful again for the opportunity to join the challenge. If you would also like to, visit Cee at:
Great Fun and Blessings, Kulia…
BEAUTIFUL! Love the first one and the fountain. Oh my, I really love them all.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Thank you for such a lovely comment. I’m glad you liked them. I had fun with choosing what to include. Orchids are always a pleasure to photograph; catching the water droplets on them or any plant or flower are one of my favorites to do. Yes, the fountain was spectacular. We had fun visiting each place and it really lent itself to the theme. Thank you for taking the time to stop by and comment. Great Peace! Kulia…
A great variety of water!! I love the nighttime fountain. Thanks for playing along.
Thank you Cee!! The theme was a joy to work with. I had a lot of fun deciding what to include. Didn’t realize just how many water photos I had, The challenge was choosing a few from the many 🙂 I was pretty pleased with the fountain shot too. The water show at the fountain lasted for about 20 minutes. So we had a very worthwhile time watching such a beautiful site. Appreciate you stopping by and commenting. As always, this was great fun!
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I love the waterfall in the forest. It is just magical!
Yes, it was a perfect day and to come to this area of water was truly refreshing. Waterfalls are so beautiful. I feel fortunate to have captured it. Like you stated magical. I appreciate you stopping by and glad you found something to enjoy 🙂