Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Watery Wednesday

My thanks to 2sweetnsaxy of Eyes Mind Heart who hosts Watery Wednesday. Please visit by clicking on the above icon to share your own photos or just to enjoy looking at others from around the world.

I am back to delving into the archives for this one. Taken in the Florida Keys on our last visit.

18 comments:

  1. A minimalist photo but surely has lots of meaning! Simply beautiful, and I love the movement of the coconut tree as the wind blows it away! Have a nice day still!

    -Vienna Daily

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  2. Wow that is a great pic, it captures the weather really well.

    Cheers!
    Regina In Pictures

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  3. That's a gale force wind blowing there! Oh my! Great photo!

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  4. Sorry about the Mr. Linky problems. I'm using the comments as my list for now. I love this shot! The sky and water both look so pretty and then I love that you caught the wind whipping through the palm's leaves. Really nicei!

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  5. that looks like a postcard. another thing that I cannot capture is the effect of wind. Wonderful.

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  6. We've just had a "watery" Tuesday. I'm hoping for a dry Wednesday.

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  7. Great shot Denise - love the two shades of blue and the movement of the coconut palm.

    A x

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  8. Nothing says "tropical" quite like a coconut tree. :-D

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  9. I love the subtle blue colors in this one - lovely!
    I really would like to feel that warm breeze that must be blowing. It would be nice here in my below freezing world.

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  10. boy it looks windy..........super photo,

    Gill

    (haven't been around much as I have been super busy, sorry)

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  11. I like the composition of this with the wind blowing the tree against the lovely blue colors.

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  12. Beautiful - I can almost feel the wind and hear the fronds rustling!

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  13. Lovely shot. I want to be there...

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  14. Looks a bit windy, doesn't it? I hope it was just a tropical breeze and not the leading edge of a hurricane.

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