Wordless Wednesday – Water Abstract

About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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67 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Water Abstract

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  2. cindy knoke says:

    Beautiful capture of controlled chaos.

  3. Anne says:

    This says ‘cool’ – just what is needed on this very hot day!

  4. Robin says:

    I love the way you captured the movement in a still shot. Beautiful. ❤

  5. utahan15 says:

    choppy water
    daughter
    shovel from hovel
    level
    bevel
    hot cocoa
    oooh ahs

  6. Ooh, I like that on several levels including that it kind of reminds me of fabric. I like the header shot too.

  7. Cathy says:

    That looks like an oil painting Eliza. Works really well! 😃

  8. Beautiful flow, love it, Eliza! So soothing!!

  9. Love it! How did you do it?

  10. Art that should be framed.

  11. susurrus says:

    How soft and dreamy. It is very soothing to watch water, especially so in December when nature has less to distract us.

  12. Alice says:

    A smile, to see a post from you….then a stunning photo…so soothing…looks like long ‘denim’ hair.

  13. John says:

    That’s very beautiful, Eliza, frame it for your home! ❤️

  14. Dale says:

    This is absolutely beautiful, Eliza! I love abstract of this sort.

  15. Kris P says:

    Wow, Eliza! It looks like a painting, one I’d love to have hanging on the wall.

  16. Debbie says:

    Wow, what a great photo! The texture of the water is eye-catching.

  17. Very cool image Eliza!

  18. Murtagh's Meadow says:

    Just love the colours in this

  19. shoreacres says:

    I saw flowing locks, too. It’s a lovely image, and no doubt was a lovely experience.

  20. Very nice, Eliza. Fine detail and colour!

  21. Tranature - quiet moments in nature says:

    A gorgeous abstract Eliza, it would make a lovely print and greeting card 💙

  22. The layers of blue, movement captured in an ever-present moment, the essence of life on Earth.

  23. Your photograph triggered a line from Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde: “Öd und leer das Meer,” “Desolate and empty is the sea.”

  24. You went with the flow and it works beautifully, Eliza! 🙂 Looks more lively than desolate to my eyes.

  25. naturebackin says:

    Its great how it conveys the dynamic flow and the lavender colours are beautiful too.

  26. Wonderful movement – carries me along with it!

  27. Maria says:

    Is this from your waterfall? Beautiful capture!

  28. Jane Lurie says:

    Gorgeous capture, Eliza. I’m captivated making these kinds of shots and you’ve done a beautiful job with the dynamic movement, angles and contrasts. 👏🏻

  29. NICE! Water abstracts can be a lot of fun … and they all look different!

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