Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Thematic Photographic 54: "Green" v.1.0


"No Deeper Meaning"
Raleigh, NC - May, 2009 (Click to embiggen)

Thematic Photographic hosted by Carmi - Button Image by Smarmoofus Hosted by Written Inc.

This week's Thematic Photogrpahic challenge is "Green", which can have some really interesting interpretations. But for openers I opted for something pretty mainstream (read: "obvious"). So let's see what you got.
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16 comments:

Carmi said...

You call it mainstream; I call it interactive. I want to drag my finger along the chord of the leaves and watch - and feel - the water bead off. Thanks to this pic, I can almost feel it from here.

Mariposa said...

Such a refreshing photo!

And hey, can you share your code for BlogAward invites in the box above? If I try to do it myself I might end up wasting a day or two! LOL

I'd be very glad to post at the start of my post...'til the contest is over!

Jacob said...

Terrific...the water drops add just the right touch!

srp said...

You really cannot have "green" without water can you? They seem to go together like bacon and eggs or peanut butter and jelly... of course none of these are green. ;)

mamie said...

What I love about this photo is the bit of bold red in the corner of the green. We know that the green, usually not the show but the background, is in charge here. Beautiful shot.

thecheekofgod said...

I'm thinking something about envy . . .

Nobe said...

it's a pretty simple photo but it's nice to look at.

love,
nobe

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magiceye said...

this is lovely!

dennisthemennis.co.uk said...

Absolutely LOVE to water droplets!!

Shadow said...

this is FRESH!!!

g said...

Mmm. I can almost taste the water. I like the flash of red in the photo, too, good contrast.

Daryl said...

Really nice ...

Vita Stunder said...

Vackert, vackert!!

I want to feel these drops..
Is it rain? Or it tears?

Awesome shot for green!
Mine is up too :)

Hug, Anna

Light and Voices said...

I like how there are raindrops on the green plant. Nice job!
Joyce

Babooshka said...

Don't underestimate this image. Photos of raindrops do really well in the sales market, especially on such lush green foliage.

Nikki-ann said...

A great shot - I love the waterdrops on the greenery :)