Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Picture This 177: Water In Motion

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14 comments:

  1. Really beautiful shots, Nico!

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  2. Gorgeous shots. Love the second one ... one can almost feel the strength of that tide .... beautiful

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  3. A variety of water movement here in your photos Nico. All of them representing water movement at it's best.

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  4. What a lovely fountain - I like the contrast with the greenery. The angry sea is great and my favorite is the water dripping down the window. Hypnotic.

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  5. HAPPY TO KNOW THAT MY PICS ARE IN THE RIGHT PLACE. TY MITCH FOR HELPING ME. i OWE YOU ONE, LOL

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  6. Hi Nico. Three lovely shots here. Very nice fountain in the first shot. Beautiful shot of the waves rolling in on the second shot, and a great water-on-glass shot to finish.

    I was happy to help you, Nico. One more thing though. Because of the limited upload space Blogger gives us, can you please post your photos by copy/pasting the HTML from a photo-hosting site such as Flickr or Photobucket. Please DO NOT upload photos directly to the PT site. To save you having to do this post again this time, I have transferred your photos to the PT Flickr account and re-posted them for you.

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  7. Wonderful photos. I just love the first one - such a lovely fountain.

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  8. Yes these are all really nice. Love the last one with the water on the window. I can tell it was a day of rain, in the last one. It looks like my windows when the wind is blowing the rain sideways. All of the photos are perfect.

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  9. Beautiful Shots~!! The second one would be beautiful hanging on my wall, Giggle.

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  10. Beautiful, Nico! (I'm happy to see you here). I love the white waves in the second one and especially number 3... I'm smiling... I must be a little masochistic...

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  11. Lovely captures as always Nico;)

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  12. Poking fish.

    Impressive rockformation.

    Raindrops keep falling on my window.

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  13. Hey Nico, great to see you again, nearly missed your post, but then I am mushy brained at the moment. Lovely captures from you as per usual. Love the second one, but then anything with ocean makes me want to hop in the car and go off on the 9 hour trip. Living inland is sooo not right for a Danish island girl .........how on earth did you capture those raindrops on the window? Magnificient! Well done.

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