Pondering the subject of this week’s photo challenge, I realize that water points towards the concept of infinity in so many ways: On the shore, I often see (or actually do not see) the sea touch the sky. I witness the tides, and with that I suddenly understand water is always going somewhere. Like infinity, I cannot grasp it. The picture shows water running over a sandy beach in a rivulet. Capturing its movement, I found a beast’s eye –
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Paradox (cf. comments above): yes, water is always volatile. But you can only freeze frame it in a photo.
It can only be experienced, not captured. For some reason — that pleases me.
(Probably a dragon’s eye. That’s just what they look like.)
We freeze the moment, and the sun-kissed rivulets turn into ice cubes … I can see the paradox. And I love delving into this paradox photographically. Thank you for youur ideas, Judith.
Water always is so intriguing… The more we think we understand it, the more we don’t. Lovely capture…
You can only freeze water… Nice waterphoto; always surprising; I see ET in there :). Cheers, harrie.
I see your point, but still think of water as volatile … anyway: Thank you, Harrie!
I thought water too ! Great “in depth” photograph Tobias!
Let us see it! And thanks for the comment, Kathryn.
I thought water but I chose sand : )
Thank you Tobias : )