Ripple

Ripple

Ripple

For a long while on a recent afternoon, I stood on the river’s edge mesmerized by the ripples and distortions of color reflected on the water. Between the light breeze and insects disturbing the surface, it was an endless show, like a constantly rotating exhibit at an Impressionist art museum.

About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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26 Responses to Ripple

  1. twoscamps says:

    Those “long whiles” ! What a lovely photo….. I could easily spend hours gazing upon those waters.

  2. dorannrule says:

    I can see why you would be entranced. Your photo is truly beautiful.

  3. Robbie says:

    I love all the soft colors in this photo and how they move:-) Just as if you painted them with a brush….I would of been there all day dreaming:-)

  4. mk says:

    This is really beautiful Eliza. Mesmerizing. How wonderful that you have a place like this to visit.

  5. Trini says:

    I love ripples ad I love this!! 🙂

  6. Great photo, Eliza. Nicely done. 🙂

  7. Jewels says:

    Ripples and reflections upon the water are indeed so mesmerizing. Beautiful photo Eliza…

  8. ladyfi says:

    A beautiful abstract!

  9. This is absolutely beautiful. I would print it out and frame it. 🙂

  10. Sophie says:

    This is soooo beautiful! Thank you for your pictures x Sophie

  11. wspines says:

    Eliza
    The pictures are wonderful. Thank you so sharing .

  12. maureenc says:

    I can understand you being mesmerised by the ripples! I think they would print out as a beautiful piece of fabric.

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