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Splash 2 of 3

Posted by Bill Brown (California, United States) on 21 July 2010 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

Canon PowerShot G10 1/640 second F/8.0 ISO 100 25 mm

water | sand | rocks | folsom | lake | ca

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LauraS from Chico, United States

As much as I am enjoying your b/w splashes, I yearn for the same in color, as I'm a nut for blues.

21 Jul 2010 6:31am

@LauraS: I suppose most viewers perfer color and so do I, most of the time, but I'm also a big fan of b&w. So I like to mix in a few b&w images .

Aboololo from Govashir, Iran

great . nice shot .

21 Jul 2010 7:52am

@Aboololo: Thank you Aboololo!

kate from lincolnshire, United Kingdom

dramatic feel !!:)

21 Jul 2010 8:13am

@kate: Thank you Kate!

Anthony Morgan Lambert from Bielefeld(Old West Wales boy), Germany

Hubble bubble toil and trouble !! Nice ...

21 Jul 2010 9:55am

@Anthony Morgan Lambert: Thanks for your comments Anthony!

Amanda from Jersey City, United States

Water rushing every way possible--such beautiful turmoil.

21 Jul 2010 1:10pm

@Amanda: Thanks for your comments Amanda!

Bettina from Los Angeles, United States

I love this one! The froth makes a natural black and white scene. Interesting how in black and white we imagine what is actually happening in this moment. What is causing the downdraft under water, what is stirring the water. In color, I think we would just experience the color and accept it at face value.

21 Jul 2010 1:45pm

@Bettina: Thanks for your insightful comments Bettina! I agree, the absence of color allows one to see all of the different lines and patterns and not be influenced by the color.

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

Fabulous treatment . Excellent POV !

21 Jul 2010 2:23pm

@MARIANA: Thank you Mariana!

Phil David Alexander Morris from Canada

Very wonderful and clever, it appears to
be moving of its own free will. A new
life form is born.

21 Jul 2010 2:34pm

@Phil David Alexander Morris: Thanks for your comments Phil!

Becky from los angeles, United States

love the b/w splash - very mysterious.

21 Jul 2010 5:03pm

@Becky: Thank you Becky!

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

Oohhh I missed yesteray - it has been busy around the Dennis and Barbara Jump hoouse hold lately - anyway I like this one :-)

21 Jul 2010 10:09pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Splish splash! Cool shot.

21 Jul 2010 10:59pm

@Steve Rice: Thank you Steve!