Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Bodies of Water - Thematic Photography

On some bodies of water you cannot see from shore to shore.

Lake Michigan  - empty shoreline
There's more chance of action at Grand Traverse Bay.

Fancy a yacht on this body of water?
Someone did around the Isles of Scilly.

Off Tresco in the Scilly Isles
Closer to home some bodies take to water.

Like a duck and these geese on the River Tees
While at Portrack Nature Reserve alongside the river you can also show your bodies off.

Herons and a lapwing on a Portrack 'island'
Not a wave in sight; meanwhile down the Yorkshire coast at Whitby

The barque Endeavour creates a ripple as in comes in 
But can you see the bodies 'in the water' back in Michigan?

What no dogs?
For other watery offerings check out the links where Carmi hosts the theme - Bodies of Water - Thematic-photographic-329


A Quiet Corner said...

Super reflections!!!!...:)JP

fredamans said...

Beautiful displays of water! Love the geese too!

Marc Latham said...

Nice scenes, revving up for spring...

Jo said...

Great water pix Bob.

Michèle Dextras & Jean-Claude Barre said...

Such a variation of blues! Love the reflections in the last photo.

Alexia said...

A great collection of water bodies - it would be too hard to pick a favourite from these.

No dogs!

Karen S. said...

Oh my goodness Bob, your photos are fantastic, especially your last reflection shot, wow. I just adore lake Michigan too, and I know it well! I wonder who that one person was that got their feet wet?! Ha! Ha!

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Bob - love the Endeavour one .. and all the bodies of water, or in the water ... lovely choices .. cheers Hilary

Gilly said...

That is a gorgeous shot of the ship off Whitby - lovely blues! And the pic of the yacht off Tresco - it looks so peaceful. the Scilly Isles were one of the places we never got to!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

loved the sixth shot

DougPhoto2009 said...

Bob, splendid collection of water scenes, especially the last reflection. Thanks for sharing.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Love them all, Bob.

The last is spectacular!