wordless wednesday


38 comments:

  1. Awesome textures in this!
    (And apparently they're not going live at 6 like I thought. Dammit.)

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  2. Ouch,oh OUCH! Those things are sharp.
    Pretty but sharp.

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  3. Love the colors and textures in this one... beauty is where we find it. And you did.

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  4. sometimes we forget that NYC is a nautical paradise.

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  5. There's a world beneath the waves and I like your little glimpse of it.

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  6. No words needed. But I will say that once again we see the power of the water to rearrange reality to its own liking!

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  7. OK, I'm going out on a limb here to say that of course I think this picture is pretty and all, but I see a creature. Those two circles on the top of that board are the eyes, and there's a pig-like nose beneath it, and two stumps of legs beneath.

    Perhaps I need to go to bed now.

    wv: cortinic. On the advice of a physician, Chesapeake Bay Woman took two shots of cortinic to prevent further hallucinations, but what she really wanted was some wine and a vacation.

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  8. I see the face! It was the first thing that caught my eye. :)

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  9. I love the details. Can you believe how old that water must be? It was there during the revolutionary war.

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  10. Great shot... barnacles and algae
    give it an interesting texture.

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  11. That blue spot is such a nice surprise. Great textures there.

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  12. How did you get the x-ray of «Louis'» left knee?

    «Louis» went wordless for Wednesday, too.

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  13. Great close-up of a pier. The weathered wood and water together make quite a combination.

    (I have lots of photos of old piers and docks along the waterfront here.)

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  14. I love to take photos of textures and colors like these...at the sea, at the river; wherever I can!

    Very nice.

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  15. Well 'shiver me timbers!'
    Great shot.

    If you have time please do drop by and visit my Wordless Wednesday! Thank you!

    Hope to see you there,

    Sassy
    :)

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  16. Love it! This is something you would see at the Seattle waterfront!

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  17. Very good eye. This is something most would not ever notice. Fabulous texture and color...composition...I like it.

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  18. Such beautiful colours. You're so good at these artistic shots.

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  19. Somehow this picture makes me want to dip my toe in the water =)

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  20. You know how I love water and I have a barnacle story I can only share with you....ugh...

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  21. I love anything that has to do with the ocean/beach! Great shot.

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  22. Those are some dirty barnacles. But they certainly have character. My father picks the ones he finds on rocks in Italy, and people actually eat them. But I wouldn't dare eat Battery Park barnacles.

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  23. nature as artist

    every time I get a pedicure I think of barnacles ;)

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  24. Interesting slush in the water and gooblies on the posts. I wouldn't want to fall in though!

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  25. Oh that's wonderful. You find the best textures and colours!

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  26. So many beautiful colors amidst the cling-ons. You really do have a great eye. . .and great big heart. I read your story about the loss of your dear bus riding friend. Poignant and a testament to how connected we all are.
    hugggg

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