Sunlight shining into the coastal waters can have varying effects, which is what I like about this photo.
When I’m snorkeling, the idea is to look around and down to see what the fish are up to. But sometimes it pays to look up to see what’s happening at the water’s surface.
Posted in response to Becky’s January Squares challenge theme of ‘Up.’ See more responses here.
A wave breaking on rocks creates a mass of bubbling turbulence as a shoal of Hawaiian silversides zips by beneath.
I like seeing how mud puddles dry (I don’t get out much). I like the patterns that the cracks make and how the top layer breaks up into small pieces the eventually get broken up and scattered.
I suppose this should really be titled ‘Never, ever do this.’ It’s the kind of view that can get you into trouble, but I like the patterns. I just have to remember to stay alert.
Posted in response to Becky’s October Squares challenge theme of ‘Kind.’ See more responses here.
This week’s Sunday Stills challenge theme is ‘Water Droplets.’ See more responses here.
Light rain began to fall right after this metal panel had been waxed, resulting in an array of water drops beading up on the surface.
A turtle pops its head above water to take a breath.
Recently, I’ve been taking photos of shoals of little fish I see when I get in the water. I thought I’d try shooting them from underneath and, while this hasn’t resulted in decent fish photos, I rather like the look of the water that’s shown up in some of the photos. This one has the added bonus that even the fish can be seen, too.