Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Watery Wednesday

Wet, soggy leaves while walking around Seattle streets. It may be a bit of a stretch but I thought it might be okay for this week's Watery Wednesday.



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37 comments:

  1. The wet leaves are pretty and colorful.

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  2. Hmm very familiar scene, they looked like fallen leaves here after the typhoon but yours are very nice to look at.

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  3. Hahaha! Very easy to sweep those leaves when they are wet!

    I hope to see more beautiful photos from your trip!

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  4. I love the second one Denise!
    Very well captured!

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  5. I've been seeing a lot of soggy leaves on blogs lately, but not in my neck of the woods. Very nice and perfectly acceptable.

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  6. A very familar sight. Lovely colors.
    Sunny :)

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  7. For the sake of arts, arts can be anything with a theme. How are you Denise?

    Water is out from the tap.

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  8. I was looking at these shots thinking those could be from my house.. then saw Seattle, well of course! Lovew the middle one especially!

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  9. love the last shot...simply beautiful.

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  10. Beautiful photos. Wow!

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    http://goodteatoo.blogspot.com/2009/11/official-invitation-your-chance-to-rsvp.html

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  11. they look even prettier when wet..

    Check out swimming with the kids.

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  12. Autumn leaves and chilly fall. That is the season I like most of all.

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  13. Definitely OK by me Denise and so pretty and colourful too. A x

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  14. Yep! That's watery and beautiful. Hope you are having a good time in the rain.

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  15. Lovely colours and it is typical of what we find here too. Wet soggy leaves! There is a beauty sometimes in the ordinary things we come across and you have made lovely photos of them.

    Nuts in May

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  16. Certainly it all looks very damp and for damp we need water so I'm sure it qualifies!

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  17. Wow! You have quite a following. Most of the previous commenters have said what I feel, other than I spent the weekend raking those wet monsters!

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  18. Nice shot for today. Happy watery Wednesday.

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  19. Love the new header shot! Beautiful photos.

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  20. Lovely ... just lovely ;-)
    I'm hoping we'll get more of the wet stuph this year than we did last year!
    Hugs and blessings,

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  21. Hello dear Denise!
    These leaves are so beautiful!Wonderful idea for a set of Autumn pictures!
    Léia

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  22. I am new to your blog, which I saw at Musings. Beautiful photos and interesting stories!

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  23. I think they count as watery! Love the autumn colors, even when wet!

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  24. Thank you for visiting my blog,i hope you find it interesting.I have looked through your site,your pictures are lovely.I have never tried to post photographs,i am new at computers,but you have given me the push i need to try it.THANK YOU

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  25. Ah! So it's true that it often rains in Seattle. ;-)

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  26. Oh how I love that first picture. The grass looks so healthy! Love it, love it, love it!

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  27. love that second shot, and yes they do count for Watery Wednesday!!!

    Gill

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  28. Awesome and artistic! Thanks so much for sharing...

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  29. I think this qualifies perfectly! Wet leaves are so enchanting! (and I like the way they smell too!)

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  30. Beautiful fall captures. I love leaves and when there this pretty..who wants to rake them? Hope you had a nice vacation and have a great weekend Denise-

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  31. Great shots, especially the middle one!

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  32. Beautiful shots, the water just makes them more colorful.

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