Thursday’s Talking Point – Images of Water

Thursday’s Talking Point – Element of Water in Photographs

Reefs at Porth y Dwfr Porth y Dwfr means "...

Reefs at Porth y Dwfr Porth y Dwfr means “cove of the water”. Dwfr is the little used literary form of “dwr”. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

amy Whale, breaching, Stellwagen Bank National...

amy Whale, breaching, Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Two bottlenosed dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) ...

Two bottlenosed dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) leap out of the water at Roatan Island in Honduras. 2000 Roatan, Honduras (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Plitvice water life

Plitvice water life (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Blackstone River during 2005 flooding

The Blackstone River during 2005 flooding (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The River Dearne the day after flooding.

The River Dearne the day after flooding. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Looking at the swollen river and flooding Pict...

Looking at the swollen river and flooding Picture taken from Brayford Bridge. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Fresh Spring Water

Fresh Spring Water (Photo credit: cindy47452)

asilomar

asilomar (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Natural-colour image of the Yukon Delta. Looki...

Natural-colour image of the Yukon Delta. Looking a little like branching and overlapping blood vessels, the rivers and streams flow through circuitous channels toward the sea, passing and feeding a multitude of coastal ponds and lakes. The pale colour of the sea water around the delta testifies to the heavy sediment load carried by the rivers. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

River Danube

River Danube (Photo credit: Istvan)

A frozen waterfall on the Wappinger Creek, Dut...

A frozen waterfall on the Wappinger Creek, Dutchess County, New York. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

What thoughts do these images inspire within you?

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2 thoughts on “Thursday’s Talking Point – Images of Water

  1. Water: ever moving, sustainer of life, to be respected, preserved and never taken for granted. It can change the landscape, cut it’s own path, be powerful, even fearful, or become frozen and still until it’s necessary to move again. Love the pics!!

  2. Pingback: Thursday’s Talking Point – The Element of Air | Writings of a Pagan Witch

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