Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Watery Wednesday

It's been very cold out, so I have not been walking a lot. This is the closest to watery photos that I have been this week - the smoke or steam from a furnace down the street, backlit by the morning sun.
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21 comments:

Dharma Shots said...

A wonderful scene...seldom do I see it here in my part of the world.

Quiet Paths said...

These are very cool shots. Literally and creatively too!

J Bar said...

Great idea for a watery shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

ewok1993 said...

Pretty cool shots.

Honey at 2805 said...

Very creative and imaginative for Water Wednesday!

Rossel said...

just lovely. you're very creative.

Linnea said...

Interesting shots! Soon that snow will turn into water!

EG Wow said...

It truly has been cold, hasn't it? This is a creative solution, Judy!

Genie said...

I think this is a great shot....a real creative take on Watery Wednesday. I like it!

Gengen said...

Cool shot! Happy WW!

Deb said...

hope you warm up soon...

George said...

Thanks for a very interesting and unique Watery Wednesday post.

Arija said...

Steam is water after all and your photos are beautiful to look at.

casseydab said...

so lovely photos love it, have a nice day following you from WW
http://casseydab-spec.blogspot.com/2011/02/watery-wednesdayinlaws.html

Lorac said...

Supposed to warm up for the weekend!

Judy Sheldon-Walker said...

Wow! This is an amazing and creative shot.

EcoRover said...

Nice, the steam catching the sun.

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

Both very lovely. I can see why you posted both. I can't choose, either!

Tereza said...

Atmospheric, in a particular sense of the word.

Carletta said...

A very clever take on the watery theme Judy and I think these are lovely!
I appreciate seeing this kind of image - being a nightowl I'm never up in the cool hours of morning. :)

Short Poems said...

Beautiful shots!

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