monochrome monday

Splashing!




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62 comments:

  1. My feet feel refreshed and young just for the looking!
    Sandi

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  2. Splish, splosh love it...lol
    I do like to see water in mono, it has a crystal effect...;-)

    p.s. are they your feet? lol

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  3. That is so refreshing. Pity we have so much rain here. Call it summer.

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  4. That was so fun, splashing in the river there. That camera of yours is pretty good!

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  5. Okay, now I am loving that! Are those yours? Great action shot btw!

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  6. You captured the splashing water perfectly. I love sticking my bare feet in water anytime. This makes a great B&W as well as a fantastic summer photo.

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  7. The water in motion is fantastic! Great shot.

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  8. Looks like it is going to be pretty hot in NYC. Good time to do more splashing.

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  9. I love photographs of moving water...I imagine it cold in my mind...because lately, I have been so hot.

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  10. Now those are happy feet! Great shot. :)

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  11. That looks like fun! The perfect summer pick-me-up!

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  12. Nice one - you get an intense summer-feeling.

    PS Thank you for the comment - I couldn't have put it better myself :-)

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  13. WoW, Daryl... what a capture! So summertime, love this.

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  14. I had to laugh. The first thing that came to mind was something my mother used to say when I was a child in Minnesota: "Don't get your feet wet."

    Everyone knew wet feed led to colds and other physical ailments!

    Great shot!

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  15. Great shot! Moving water is such a neat subject.

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  16. The optical illusion on the top of the right leg makes it look like it is an artificial limb. But those toes are so very real, enjoying the summer cool down!

    Great shot. And thanks for the kind words about the Monochrome shot on GDP!

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  17. I feel free when I look at your shot! :)

    Beautiful Daryl!

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  18. LOVE that shot. I would never think of it for B&W. I should do Monochrome Monday next week. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  19. Dang that photo is inviting. Make room for my piggies!

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  20. The water monster attacks feet of innocent! Great catch.

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  21. Ooooh! Just look at that water! Beautiful shot.

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  22. One can almost hear the splash with that shot Daryl!

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  23. Great capture of the splashing water. It looks so refreshing. Did you stop at one of the fountains on your lunch one day to cool off and take a snap?

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  24. Awesome shot - feels a bit cold but refreshing :)
    Thanks for visiting!

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  25. great movement in this photo. Is that a tattoo on your ankle?

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  26. are kate's feet going to ask for compensation since they are the featured photo?

    like the shot!

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  27. I love it. It's creative, it's fun. it's summery and it's b&w!

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  28. I love the movement and details in this photo!

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  29. Great shot !!! You have to come along with me for a cab ride one day , just found your blog , GREAT STUFF !!

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  30. You need the JAWS theme playing for this one....

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  31. I just love this one! Excellent capture!

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  32. Makes me want to stick my feet overboard.

    Love it.

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  33. It is a very odd shot - ambiguous! Is it, or isn't it?!

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  34. Oh Daryl this is truly one of your best, I love it :-)

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  35. I love the water mono shot. Makes me want to put my feet right in too. Now the cartoon is hysterical and maybe now you need to buy a snuggie or just snuggle with Ray:) Thanfully Con Ed was not involved in the A/C installation:)
    Joyce

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  36. oops, i forgot to put before - No we didn't hike up to the waterfall, it was more like a hike down to it.
    The drop looks more on the photo's for some reason than it was there. :-)
    Thanks. :-)

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  37. Cooling feel to the feet!
    I enjoy the water splashes on this shot very much :)

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