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Water, Water Everywhere.....


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Water, Water Everywhere.....

29 Apr 2021 4:08PM   Views : 441 Unique : 314

It's raining. As if to confirm that water is the order of the day, tonight's ADAPS Zoom Meeting is on the subject of water. There is no doubt that water is one of those ingredients that can perk up an image, be it real water or Photoshopped water. So today let's have a look at some of my images involving water, along with a brief explanation where that might be helpful

Eyemouth and a subtle rendition of water shot at night. I waited and took several shots so I could get the red light of the warning beacon.

Gawthorpe Hall. The "water" is just a flipped image of the hall, presented to look like a reflection.

Llangollen. The broiling waters below the train station never fail to impress.

This shot from inside our dishwasher has had a good run!

A bit of light relief?

Soft water effect in the centre of Bergen.

Bodellwyddan. Another made up reflection.

Just one more step back......

Bass Rock, with added flare courtesy Photoshop.

End of the road. The consequences of not respecting water.

Boggle Hole.

Smuggler's Bay. My made-up title, very Enid Blyton.

The Magic Pool. Soft water plus Photoshop flare.

Learning to Paddle.

Finally, it is Brother-in-Law's funeral tomorrow, so I'll finish today with a picture of him, as always quite happy to pose for trick shots. Photography can be fun, it's allowed!

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