the captured faces of water

or: how to wait patiently for waves to come only after you have put your camera away – Bruce Peninsula part seven

Water is such an interesting thing to watch and to photograph. When you sit and observe it for minutes or hours you start to see the interesting moments water creates and how its behaviour is so easily anthropomorphized.

The dragon. Static images of moving water reminds me of water-bending from the show Avatar: The Last Airbender. I always wanted to be an earth bender myself.

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2 Comments to “the captured faces of water”

  1. I have a thing about water too; be it a local river, a stream amongst the woods, or the beautiful sea against the rocks… I could sit and watch it for hours.

    Lovely pictures

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