Sunday Post: Water H2O

Thought I’d have a go at Jakesprinter’s Sunday Post Photo Challenge. This week (yes, it is only Saturday here) he has challenged us to come up with pictures of water.

Here’s a few of my more “experimental” ones:

© Alice through the Macro Lens [2012]

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38 thoughts on “Sunday Post: Water H2O

  1. I especially like that fourth one. wow.

  2. Very cool – I like the last one quite a bit.

  3. I really love this, Water unique designs using macro shot .Thanks for sharing Alice 🙂

  4. Wow…. I love the detail in these shots. I just nominated you for the Versatile Blogger award cause you always produce such great images. http://jbcultureshock.wordpress.com/2012/06/09/late-blog-awards/

  5. Awesome water shots. Great job. The first on is my favorite. 🙂

  6. Ahhhh…Cool and Refreshing. Love those shots.

  7. Wow, Alice, your macro-lens has given us a real treat! Who knew there were so many components to the water coming out of the tap?

  8. Hey Alice, your Flag Counter is the only one I’ve seen that has the Sri Lankan flag! So I thought I’d use their product. Everything’s signed up, and they’ve sent me the HTML codes, but wouldn’t you know it, it’s double dutch to me! What on earth do I do now to have the pretty map on my footer?

    • Go to your Dashboard and select Appearance > Widgets.
      Drag a “Text” widget over to your Footer box and drop it in.
      Then open the Text box (or click Edit in the box) and copy and paste your HTML code from the Flag Counter into the text box (the box below the title). Give it a title, and click “Save Widget.”
      That should do the trick 🙂

      This is how I did it for mine, but obviously, I have a different Theme template to you. Hopefully, it’s the same process for yours.
      If this doesn’t work, check this link out for WordPress help:
      http://en.support.wordpress.com/widgets/text-widget/

  9. Perfect pics.

  10. These water shots are so stunning!

  11. Thanks, Jennifer 🙂

  12. One word for me – ‘Brilliant’ 😉

  13. AMAZING PHOTOS!

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

  14. Northern Narratives

    They are wonderful. Thanks for the post 🙂

  15. Such fun! Like the first one best.

  16. Wonderful photo shot:P

  17. Wow, simply wow!

  18. Alice, keep on experimenting. Great photos!

  19. Wow Alice…simply wow. I love that 4th image…but all of them are stunning

  20. Amazing photography!! What a creative way to look at water. 🙂

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  22. Lovely photos! Almost expect to see a water skeeter floating along with those bubbles.

  23. Interesting shots.

  24. Wow! these images are just beautiful!

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  26. Nice captures!

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