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92 – Waterscapes

Misty Morning

Welcome to another Photo Challenge!

As the summer season has come, even for those of us in the north, many will be spending time near water.  Show us some of your landscape photography skills to capture some images with water as a central feature.  These can be reflections, moving water, waterfalls, or for that matter even fog and rain would fit the bill!

Challenge set by Glenn Hubbers 
Submission Deadline: Wednesday July 15, 2015
Voting Deadline: Friday August 7, 2015 

Image Gallery:

  • kateJuly 3, 2015 - 5:46 AM

    Arrrrrrrr … sure wish I could use my okd shots! Good theme.ReplyCancel

    • Lisa BAugust 11, 2015 - 6:34 PM

      No water around you, Kate? Or are you too busy packing up? I miss seeing your photos so much!ReplyCancel

  • JeannieAugust 10, 2015 - 10:42 PM

    1. Rolling In – Well done Lisa. I can hear the waves crashing.
    2. Letchwork Park – loved the silky water and composition Kathy!
    3. Nine Mile River – cool shot Glenn. I can just imaging what it looks like in the spring!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa BAugust 11, 2015 - 6:33 PM

    I’m late! But not as late as everyone else except Jeannie. :o)

    This was a fun challenge for me, and I think all the entries are lovely. Here are my votes:

    #1…Lonsdale Mill. I love the composition and the colour palette of this photo. Beautiful! Well done, Jeannie.

    #2…Nine Mile River. Great colours (love the blue sky)! And the low-angle composition really adds something special to the shot. Nicely done, Glenn.

    #3…Letchwork Park. You do great work with long exposures, Kathy. I loved both of your waterfall photos, but this one edged out the other by a nose.

    Jeannie, I also lovvvvved Summer Days by the Pond, especially because of the colours and those puffy white clouds.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa BAugust 11, 2015 - 6:36 PM

    BTW, Glenn, I might be the only one having this issue, but I thought I’d mention it anyways. The entries open really, really huge on my laptop—like, big enough that I have to scroll vertically and horizontally to see all of them. On my iPad, they’re a bit big but can be resized; not so on my laptop, though. Am I missing a setting that would fix this problem?ReplyCancel

    • JeannieAugust 11, 2015 - 9:25 PM

      I am having the same issue Lisa!ReplyCancel

    • Glenn HubbersAugust 14, 2015 - 6:15 AM

      That happens because everyone sent in very large images and I forgot to resize them down to something reasonable.ReplyCancel

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