Dancing Water

Dancing Water

11 thoughts on “Dancing Water

    • Thank you, Beka! That is high praise, indeed.

      Could you elaborate on what you liked about it a little more? It helps me as a photographer to see my pictures through the eyes of others.

      • I love light, so I love how the water reflects the light. The water droplets are what I first look at, but then my eye wanders to the lens flare and then follows the dark line at the bottom. It’s one of those photos where the entire thing interests me and flows together without being overwhelming, so I can look at it for a long time. Also, the golden color is really nice.

      • Thank you for the added details. Your added perspective helps a lot.

        My camera’s ability to captured water droplets in motion amazes me. I have seen it capture water droplets that are moving too fast for the eye to differentiate and turn them into small, sharply focused prisms of light.

        I am drawn to warmer colored photos most of the time like in pictures of sunsets, although I’m not exactly sure why. Probably why I like the reds, oranges, and yellows of fall, and the sunlight in fall trees, now that I think about it.

      • That’s amazing that your camera can do that. I haven’t tried capturing water in motion before. I’m going to do that at some point.

        I love warm colors. I always have. I am definitely drawn to them, especially in my photography.

      • I hadn’t realized it until I took some pictures a few years ago of rain and waterfalls. In each set of photos, when I zoomed in on the picture, I could see individual droplets that I missed with the naked eye. I also like the way that some cameras can capture the fluid nature of water and it’s movement by slowing down the shutter speed.

        I do too. I think, for me at least, it may be the rich mellow nature of the tones, like at the end of the day, summer, etc. It may also be part nostalgic, as I have many fond memories of bonfires and random drives or road trips that begin or end during the golden hours of sunrise and sunset.

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