Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Watery Wednesday ~ 14 Sea and Silver

The Southern Ocean smashing against the heel of the
York Peninsula, South Australia.



Do enlarge both if you can spare the time!

For a complete change of scene, a trickle of molten
silver gleaming in the sun in a ditch on our farm.



Enjoy the waters of the world by clicking on the Logo.

Thanks to 2sweetnsaxy we can all join in this meme.

37 comments:

  1. Love the ocean waves. Hope that little puddle means you've gotten a little rain.

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  2. Arija my dear friend.

    Beautiful water and I love the foam on the rocks.

    Love Renee xoxo

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  3. That's a LOVELY combination of the great and the small...

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  4. I just love your first capture, nothing can ever beat the sea for me! :)

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  5. I like the ocean photo very much - but also (and often somewhat more so) the peace and tranquility that is evoked in the second shot. Thanks for naming my little wildflower the other day - yes, it was a Geranium :)

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  6. Beautiful as always and I must wonder again, you travel all the time? Surely these are not just in your backyard. if you say yes, I am flying down there!

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  7. Such vibrant colors in that first shot! And the rock in the foreground looks like a walrus sleeping.

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  8. The bottom photo looks as if someone spilled mercury on the ground!

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  9. The molten silver looks great, might bring the miners out to find more! But alas all that glitters is not..... silver.
    The sea also looks great.

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  10. Love the shot of the ocean. I never get tired of seeing pictures like this.
    Cool silver. I've never seen anything like it.
    Happy WW.
    B.

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  11. It's hot and dry here in Texas. Thanks for the water.

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    Since you are on my blogroll,
    you know I like your blog.
    I Like the great photos and writeups.

    I am back blogging again.
    I just started a new WordPress Blog, 'I C U Nature' for Nature Only!
    Click here to see the blog.
    It will take some learning to work out the differences between WordPress and Blogspot.
    The new blog is bare bones right now, with just the masthead and two posts.

    Come visit and tell me what you think,
    Troy
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  12. The foreground rock on top looks like the glossy back of dugong, sea elephant. Lovely posts for sharing Arija.

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  13. Great captures. Very enjoyable.Barbara

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  14. Excellent images Arija.... an te litle labs a stunner..

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  15. Love those wild waters round those rocks! And the contrast with the soft small silver element makes an interesting feats for the senses!

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  16. I truly LOVE the first of your shots!
    Beautiful capture!!

    Have a nice day :)
    Anna

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  17. World, what a lovely neighbour the sea is!

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  18. A great shot of the ocean waves! RYC: I love seaweeds, and back home in the Phils, we eat fresh seaweed salad. However, that day, there were so much of them uprooted from their habitat and floating in the ocean. It was an ugly sight to me.

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  19. What a difference! Yet both watery :)

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  20. I can almost hear the Southern Oceans waves :-) Lovely.

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  21. Yes your image is quite lovely enlarges, the swirling blues!
    spirithelpers

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  22. Both are wonderful watery views! Love the combination ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  23. I love the blue of the ocean and the little puddle is lovely.

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  24. Look at that blue blue water! Awesome

    Happy WW

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  25. the first one mighty, the other peaceful. So much better enlarged!

    Christina, Sweden

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  26. Arija,
    The power of nature is reflected in the waves beating the rocks of York Peninsula. The hard rock will one day crumble against the relentless beating of water.

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  27. The crashing waves are beautiful!

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  28. Oh, I love the 'molten silver'! On clicking on the photo to enlarge, you could get lost in the almost abstract areas - amazing!

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  29. I can just hear the water crashing on that first pic, outstanding image.

    Have a great day
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  30. That ocean photo is beautiful. The little pool of water looks like molten lead. Amazing.

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  31. What a nice pictures.

    Have a nice day

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  32. Beautiful clear shots! I love your skywatch shots too. The landscape looks just like California in the springtime! Thanks for visiting my Watery Wednesday...enjoy the weekend.

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