Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday is a place to show off  your photos that speak for themselves - photos that need no words. However, if you need a few words to "set the scene", feel free! The link will go live at 12:01am Eastern Time on Wednesdays. Please use one of the buttons on the sidebar, and be sure your blog has posted before linking up!

  1. There aren’t many rules for this blog – mostly the usual ones: Every Wednesday, post a photo that speaks for itself (and you are the one to make that judgment!).
  2. Post only photos that you have authority to use.
  3. Include a link to this blog in your post - http://wordlesswednesdayagain.blogspot.com.
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  6. Enjoy!
Slow-motion waterfall

15 comments:

Rita said...

Linda, how did you do this? I have taken lots of waterfall shots but never one that stood still. Lovely capture.

DawnTreader said...

What a splash! Looks like it could be a painting.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

That's beautiful!!!!

Elizabeth Edwards said...

love this view. waterfalls are so calming. (:

Dianna said...

Gorgeous picture, Linda!

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

Beautiful! Looks like ice!

Brian King said...

That's beautiful! Long exposures make the water look really soft. Great photo!

Jan n Jer said...

I have been wanting to experiment with a slow shutter speed....This turned out Great!!!

Louis la Vache said...

Fabulous shot of the butterfly in your masthead photo!

San Francisco Bay Skyline

Betty Manousos said...

wonderful shot of a water fall!

well done:)
your header is lovely, too.

xoxo

Candy C. said...

That is really COOL!! :)

Carletta said...

There is nothing slow about that water though. :)
I can almost 'hear' it slooshing down over the rocks.

Kathy said...

This is a beautiful shot. I can almost hear the water!

Karen said...

I love waterfalls! This picture is fabulous.

NixBlog said...

Lovely shot, Linda!