Reflections & Musings of a Grannie called Maggie May.
Nice photo! Unique and creative.
This is indicative of over-abundance!!!! Terrific photo! Happy Wednesday! ~Janine XO
Nice photo and a great shot for Watery Wednesday.
Water water everywhere and lots of it to drink! ~ they won't be able to introduce a hosepipe ban this year methinks # Eddie
Water draws us all in.
Very nice water shot Maggie May, I like it.CheersGuyRegina In Pictures
Nor is there any here, but is usually falling from the sky in the form of rain. :)
You have an abundance of water! Great shot. Hope you had waterproof shoes on when you took that one.
You have a winning photo here. Very unique, Maggie...
Terrific shot!Love the water lapping at the concrete, the reflections of the chains, the light - very nice.My post is here: Carletta’s Captures.
Nice how you make even the wet look interesting, Maggie!Hope your workmen are not put off, with rain on the job!Love Granny
That's a great shot! Love it.
love it. The same is true of where I live.
Good photo Maggie - we certainly have had enough rain over the past few days to help with watery shots. A x
lovely play of light and reflections~
Looks like it was a sunny day too. Can you remember those???!How's your back?S x
Hopefully you don't live on floodplane!
Looks inviting. I like your original angle.
I love your photography. Most people would be looking for that perfect spectacular shot but you take the common, everyday stuff and 'see' the spectacular within it. I love the reflections and could almost hear the water hitting on the wall. I like it when photos make my other senses come alive.
I like the perspective on this one!
I love the angle and the various contrasts and textures.
Thank you for your lovely comment, Maggie...it means so much to me...you have lifted my spirits today...I am so grateful for your friendship! ~Janine XO
Very nice! I wish we had more watery places around. I love water.
I like this. I'm trying to figure out if it was a wet day or it the wet cement is from overflow and/or splashing. :-)
lovely canals - is it a canal
I wouldn't like to fall in there. Looks awfully cold.p.s. I used to post as Gone Back South! HELLO!
You're becoming very reflective lately, Maggie. Are you pondering life?
There is no shortage of watery places here either.. I just can't seem to get down to the ocean or the dismal swamp... I really want to go to the dismal swamp...
You are so lucky to be surrounded by so much water! Right now I am waiting for rain so I don't have to drag a watering can around my garden:)
Very mobile water shot with it splishing and spashing and slapping up against its boundaries.
what a beautiful place!!!!♥ & ((hugs))bindi
Sigh.I love water Maggie!
It looks so calm and peaceful.I have just been catching up with your blog. I hope that the roof work has not been too traumatic. I am sure that it will be worth all the aggravation in the end and when it is finished you will be so pleased with it that you will soon forget about the inconvenience.
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Great shot. I wish I lived near water. :)
I like this shot a lot - it looks like one might get wet feet in an unplanned way, here :)
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