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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Watery Wednesday

For Watery Wednesday, I found a cool Water Wall at Minter Gardens in Chilliwack. I had to stop and see if I could freeze the waterdrops in the falls.


So the first picture is a close up of water drops stopped in the air.
The next picture is a step back to see the wall.

And a final picture of the Water Wall, a bit closer. If you look through the water curtain you can see the plants on the other side of the water.

For more pictures of Watery Wednesday, please go and visit http://waterywednesday.blogspot.com/

10 comments:

Sanna said...

Cute shots! I like those stopped drops :)

Bonnie Bonsai said...

You definitely have a smart and artistic photographic skills done here. The first picture above conjures as a perfect model for Chemistry illustrating the bombardment of water molecule so distinct and well-defined.

The rest follow my biggest impression for your ability to capture in the way that they all look a real standout. Well done!

Dani said...

wow stunning shots..

mARTy said...

wow, i love these shots!! congrats!

Suzi Smith said...

wow... amazing shots!

Luna Miranda said...

amazing shots! the droplets look like gemstones. the waterfall fountain and the pillars are gorgeous.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Wow! what fantastic captures. These are amazing shots. To be able to stop the water like that you have to be extremely talented. Very well done.

msdewberry said...

Thanks everyone!!

~mel said...

WOW!! Those are some very cool shots!! Thanks for sharing.

A and Y Ikeda said...

Beautiful combination of droplets and sunlight.