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Drip... Drip (with linky)


41 comments:

  1. Great capture of the water dripping :)

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  2. Nice shots! Thanks for hosting.

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  3. Interesting picture thanks for hsting this week!!

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  4. Amazing concept for a photo shoot! #ww

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  5. Thanks for the invite ~ Beautiful blog and photography ~ Happy Week to you ~ without any 'drips' except creative ones ~

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  6. I totally love how these photos turned out. Amazing!

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  7. I love the way you caught the drop on film. Cool photo.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2014/08/ww-god-has-sense-of-humor.html

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  8. … What an amazing picutre - shows how much can be done in the drip of a water drop!!
    Emma :-)

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  9. Very cool picture! I keep meaning to do this same thing to play with photography in motion, but keep forgetting. Maybe I'll get off of my seat today and try a few of these for myself. lol Happy #WW & thanks for hosting the party!

    #WW:Spanish War Veteran Statue, Gov John Sevier, & the old Andrew Johnson Hotel

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  10. Well captured the light in this wonderful artichoke dripping shower, nice photos !!

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  11. Such a great perspective and timing. Evocative!

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  12. So cool! I love how you captured the water.

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  13. So beautiful drop images you have created.
    Have a nice day.

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  14. Very cool shots; interesting captures.

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  15. Happy Wednesday! Thanks for the link up!

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  16. I love trying to capture water drops. it's a tough thing to perfect... but I love all the interesting shots - like this - that you end up with.

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  17. Loving your drip! ~hehehe~ I wish I was a better photographer, but that would mean sitting down with the book that came with my camera and I keep saying I'm going to do that, and I probably won't do it until I buy a new camera.... maybe! Have a great day! :)

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  18. Cool captures! :)
    Happy Wordless Wednesday!

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  19. I like the action of your drip shots.

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  20. The dripping shower head is almost sculptural too...
    Thanks for visiting :) The sculpture is Henry Moore's Reclining Woman - I think she's sitting on the floor with her legs in front of her, bent at the knees... I half-remember seeing a TV programme about him where they showed his sketchbooks... It's a very sensual, tactile piece...

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  21. Great captured, amazing pictures!
    Thank you for invitation, now I'm here ans that's fine!
    Have a nice day
    moni

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  22. Nice photo instants of water dripping!! Thank you for hosting, for your visit and thought expressed! And thank you kindly for your invitation to join at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/08/drip-drip-with-linky.html
    I'll gladly post as soon as I can!
    Have a sunny and pleasant day! Alexa T

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  23. Brilliant shots, I really must give this a go

    Mollyxxx

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  24. Lovely! I must learn more about taking closeups.

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  25. How wonderful! You must have a great camera to take such shots!!!

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  26. Added my link -

    In case I have not already left a comment before, this is just a quick note to say hi. I visited your blog during the month of August and I liked what I saw, so I've added you to my feedreader and am following your blog. :)

    Cheers!
    Snoskred

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  27. Great picture. I love the closeup.

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  28. Great shot! Love the reflection/effects make by water. :)

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