That is really awesome, Robin! I love trying to freeze action (but my camera isn't quite advanced enough to do it). Those droplets are SO COOL!!! Hope your Hannukah is going well :)
Oh i like
That is a truly a "flower in water".
Beautiful!!!I know you don't celebrate Christmas, what should I wish you instead then? Happy Solstice?Happy Hannukah? I'm confused?Enjoy your day!
Happy WW, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! :)
I can just feel the splashes - brilliant - wishing you a peaceful 2009, Judith
I'll never look at a fountain again without thinking of tulips...great get and great description!
Beautiful, Robin!Happy Hannukah!
Amazing catch. Good job!
Lovely! Wishing you a Merry Christmas, Happy Hannukah, and a Wonderful New Year.......filled with Peace, Happiness, Love AND lots of new posts with fabulous pictures!Libby
I love water shots! Purty :-)
What an excellent shot, Robin! I just love that. Nicely done. :D
Oh you pictures look so warm, as well as beautiful! It is cold and raining, perfect for snuggling in for my favorite night of the whole year... for tomorrow when I awake, it is the quietest morning of the whole year! Wishing you and your sweet family all the best this season of many traditions, on this fourth night of Hannukah... you are such a gift in my life... XO
I love how you call this a tulip. Very wet. (you could have put this in Watery Wednesday...)
Thank you for the Christmas greetings, Robin! It's going well thus far. I'm baking a loaf of bread and will make some soup later. One of my gifts is a tripod (thought you'd find that cool). Hopefully I'll get around to doing my True Colours Thursday green post later on. Once again, I hope you are having great Hannukah celebrations :)
Hello and Happy Hannukah !Greetings from Steffi
OOooh! I love it!It does look like a tulip. And I love tulips!
That really does look just like a tulip. How cool! great shot Robin.
Very very creative!
That is a lovely shot.
No.... I would have chosen Lily.a Water Lily!!!
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