2013 Challenge, Week 30: WATER

Last week we shot fire, so this week we shoot the opposite: Water.

“Bakersfield In Red” by Thomas Hawk

Water is a very versatile part of a composition. It is a good reflector, especially if you can find a calm pond or puddle. This also makes it pair nicely with a sunset.

“Peaceful Passion” by Jeremy Brooks
“Only By The Night” by Sam Ilic

Moving water, such as a river, ocean waves, or waterfall, is a good choice for long exposure photography. A longer exposure will soften the flowing water, making it look like something from a dream.

“Sitting Lady Falls” by Sylvan Mably

Water also lends itself to macro photography. Water droplets on a flower are always interesting. And a small drop of water can act like a lens, focusing things that are behind it.

“Colorful Cosmos” by Evan Leeson
“Lens refraction” by Jimmy Sledge

As always post your best shot and share with the Photo Challenge Community. Participating in the 2013 Photo Challenge is fun and easy. Post and share your images with the Photo Challenge Community on  Google+, Facebook,or Flickr.

Now get out and shoot!

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