Open Book Blog Hop – Water

This week’s prompt is rather different: Show us a photo (or photos) you took that you’re most proud of. Tell us about it (them).

I love taking pictures of water. There is something very intriguing to me about watching water move; either boiling and raging as rapids or during a storm or rippling in a wind or even still as glass on a windless day. Here are a few of my favourite pictures:

Taken in the garden at Dunvegan Castle in Scotland
Taken during a rain storm on Skye in Scotland
The dark waters of Loch Ness in Scotland
MacMac Waterfall in Mpumalanga, South Africa
Underground lake in the Sudwala Caves in Mpumalanga, South Africa
The Danube in Budapest
Waterfall in the Drakensburg, South Africa

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61 thoughts on “Open Book Blog Hop – Water

  1. Great pictures! All the water shots this week have drawn out my inner rude comedian. so I’ll leave it there. Except to say I understand the MacMac waterfall feeling after driving for six hours and hitting a MacMacDonald’s restroom… Sorry. Couldn’t resist.

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  2. Gorgeous photos of water, Robbie. Waterfalls are my favorite. I haven’t been any of these places. Water is versatile, it’s gentle, flowing, graceful yet it’s the most powerful thing that moves the earth. We can live without water. I hope to visit Scotland one day.

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          1. I’m so happy for you, Robbie. I may visit you someday, because I want to see the castles. I hope to go to Italy or Norway next summer. Lynton’s family wants to do a family trip to Australia and New Zealand sometime. Then we’re open to go anywhere.

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