8.11.2009

Water and Light


the lyrical presence of light
dancing
in dapples and streams
for our delight
~


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66 comments:

  1. Ooh - I love the colors in your waterfall photo! And the mottled specks of sunlight on the water rocks are so pretty!

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  2. I want to be a stone in that waterfall - which will be my meditation tonight - me as one of those stones.

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  3. I like the falls photo, but especially the 2nd shot - The play of light on the rocks under the water is great!

    Happy WW!

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  4. love those beautiful, clean and unique photos, amazing..

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  5. Some great things done with light and colour there.
    Sydney - City and Suburbs

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  6. Love the first image! Both bring such peace and vitality...

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  7. So beautiful! You are right--the sound of splashing water, especially as it pours over rocks is for our delight. I never thought of it that way, as a gift. Another reason to work to keep it running clear.

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  8. Beautiful and exquisite!

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  9. To be honest, the first image looks like a painting :)

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  10. Oh, Tammie, love both photos, the color combination of the first, and the clarity of the rippling waters on the second.
    P.S. Thanks for the Indian paint brushes..

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  11. Beautiful location and wonderful shot !! Second shot is amazing..Great..Unseen Rajasthan

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  12. How beautiful, as always from you!
    PS my shot is of a droplet dripping from the tap (and a reflection of squares on a napkin inside the drop)

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  13. Yes, colours are fantastic! Nice photos!

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  14. Lovely photos, Tammie-I love the coloured stones with the water shimmering on them:)

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  15. These are so beautiful.
    Great shots!

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  16. To me, the colors and shapes are so peaceful. But then, I'm a water baby. Once again your photos are worth of framing,... large poster sized, or small, the impact will be there!

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  17. I just love the colors and flow of abstract imagery in both photos. I see all kinds of things within them.

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  18. Delightful poem to accompany your LOVELY images. Just beautiful and refreshing. Thanks for your visit to Happily Retired Gal ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  19. Delightful depiction of the wet rocks. Love all the subtle natural colors.

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  20. I love the way the light refracts in the water, making the patterns on the stones!!! What a good photo of it!

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  21. Tammie, I love the time-worn river rock glinting in the water.

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  22. Tammie,what a beautiful picture! Love the colors and the river stones are very pretty.

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  23. I like the light dissolving the stones.

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  24. What beautiful pictures to show the dancing, dappling light.

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  25. Lovely first photo Tammie!

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  26. Your pictures are like your poetry - very beautiful and expressive!

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  27. Very nice and refreshing on this warm day. :)

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  28. I love the colors of these pebbles - like a Greek mosaic - pretty wet view!

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  29. The first one is the sweetest photo of a waterfall ever! Have a wonderful day!

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  30. Both shots are very beautiful. I'd love to be walking through the second one; it looks so cool and refreshing!

    Thanks for visiting my blog and your nice comment. :)

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  31. Rocks and water - two of my favorites, Tammie. The lighting is fabulous, too.

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  32. Rocks and stones are so pretty when they're wet. Nice photos!

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  33. It makes a real good patten full of life.
    like the photo of the Bluebell also, MB

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  34. Both are lovely photos but I really like the rocks under water.

    Thanks for visiting and for your comments!

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  35. Thank you Tammie Lee for your kind words on my blog and for the follow! Your photos are so beautiful, I expect to spend quite a lot of time here...

    I'm glad you liked my post, there's more coming in the next few days.

    Ciao,
    Lola

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  36. Thank you Tammie Lee for your kind words on my blog and for the follow! Your photos are so beautiful, I expect to spend quite a lot of time here...

    I'm glad you liked my post, there's more coming in the next few days.

    Ciao,
    Lola

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  37. Both photos are lovely. I especially like all the colors of the stones under water.

    My Watery Wed

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  38. Tammy Lee:

    We're Watery Wed. neighbors. Your photos are so beautiful, they could be scrapbook paper! I'll bet you had fun taking them!

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  39. I love the way you've captured the water and light. These are wonderful photos.

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  40. Beautiful, Tammie. Looks like a waterfall (cascade) to me... I would love seeing that one!!!!

    Great Water and Light image.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  41. These are really wonderful photos. Gorgeous.

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  42. Very pretty! I love all the colors of the rocks!

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  43. I can't believe the tranquility of these pics... I imagined walking across the rocks and feeling that scratchy feeling on the bottom of my feet.

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  44. The water is crystal clear in the second shot without a trace of pollution. Lovely shots ;)

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  45. I went to your store and looked at every single photo and I don't know which one I liked better. What was so interesting is that you took many common place things in nature and made them into beautiful art. I have to say that I would love to have that talent.. really moving photos. Michelle

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  46. Oh...just gorgeous shots for Watery Wednesday...great lighting and colors. Thanks for visiting mine!

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  47. Beautiful pictures! You're so creative and have definitely captured Mother Nature at her best. I love the ripples of water over the stones!
    Well done!

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  48. Beautiful pieces of art by mother nature!
    Those would make great relaxation posters :)

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  49. A feeling of clean and frechness. Beautiful :-)

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  50. Love both photograps Tammie especially the bottom one. Those rocks have the most beautiful colors in them. I love the sound of water running over them. It is so peaceful.

    So sorry not to have got to comment before. With the two days I was away, it took me a while to catch up.

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  51. Fantastic snap. Loved the variety in stones.

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  52. Great shots, both - I find the second one especially delightful :)

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  53. Beautiful, Tammie! Especially the waterfall - magnificent!
    Janice.

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  54. love the second image, with the stones. The slow motion of water.

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  55. Fantastic shots. The water fall is very lovely. The different designs on the pebbles is very nice.

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  56. Wow, that waterfall practically jumped out of the screen and knocked me off my chair. Have to be careful about opening Spirithelpers at work. Mustn’t
    look silly to fellow co-workers lying on the floor.

    This is my new favorite since the beaded water on autumn leaf piece. A veritable treat for the eyes and the soul.

    Cheers!
    You Know Who

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  57. So beautiful Tammie!
    I love the second photo, so relaxing!

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  58. Riot of colors...looks like taken from dream land...Nice Shot!

    In the independence day of India, I wish you all the very best!

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  59. Top photo looks like a Pre-Raphaelite painting; P-R beauty must be lurking somewhere...

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  60. Colorful frames :)
    I love it, all the elements work really well together here.
    The second one, with the pebbles, printed large - Will look amazing!

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  61. the light falling on the rocks in the second image is very beautiful!

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie