What the Water Sees Too November 22, 2013 | drawandshoot Surface reflections and a slippery fish … © Karen McRae, 2013 Share this:SharePinterestEmailTumblrFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Oooh, like the fish…exit, stage left, even!
Yes, it didn’t quite get away in time.
Thank you, Scilla.
LOVE the golden and the silver fish!
Thanks, Elena. I’m not sure how that fish slipped in there…
It’s not very golden here today, I have to say. We are in rain and fog and I’m working indoors today.
I also love the silver fish ❤ Swimming away..
Thank you, Gro. : )
Yes, off it goes.
Ah, that fish!!!! Amazing, Karen! 🙂
Thanks, Marina, it slipped by so quickly I barely caught it.
Quickly and conveniently! Just right! 🙂
Love your shimmering reflections and the surprise of the fish. Wonderful.
Thank you, Jane. The reflections were happy that day.
Lovely, Karen. Those warm colors are long gong for us now. NIce to see Autumn colors and reflections of leaves and branches. And the fish is a delightful and suprising find.
You do have those gorgeous pinks which look deceptively warm, although I know they are not! Thanks, Erica!
your world is beautiful…so soothing.
Thank you, Hazel!
Nice. I like your play on words too.
Hi Allen, thank you. : )
or what Karen sees, or how she sees is so beautiful and it’s best to pay attention so as to not let it slip(pery) by us…
Ah, you are very kind, Anthony. Sincere thanks. : )
Golden slumber with a silver fish. The water seeing. Beautiful.
Thanks, Steven. The water sees quite a bit I think…
Love this, Karen! Very luminous.
Have you heard of the photographer Rinko Kawauchi? She has a subdued yet vibrant style that you might enjoy.
Thank you, Millie. I looked up her work, it’s very beautiful! Thanks for the introduction!
A sliver of fish — I just love that. So contemporary and cool.
Thank, Marina! : )
The placement of the fish is perfect…
I’m glad you think so, thank you. I had a bit of fun with it.
That’s great! Love the fish!
Thank you, Phil. It’s hoping one of your birds doesn’t come along!
That fish photo is my numero uno, Karen!
Much thanks, Bente!
The escaping fish is perfect, again the graphite-like quality enhances the colour, and the positioning is exactly right. And even though you are heading towards winter, there is a wonderful late summer glow.
Yes, I love that the light can make everything feel all warm even if it isn’t. Thanks for your comment, Anna!
The fish photo just made me smile : ) Very whimsical
Ha, thank you, Nareen! : )
This is a lovely series Karen, the fish makes it 🙂
Hi Lesley, thank you!
Great theme, play with light, scene, object and words.
You’re definitely my favourite, Karen. 🙂
Aw, thank you so very much, Dina! : )
Big hug back to you. xx
Love the cheekiness of that fish intruding on the dreaminess of the sequence – the shots crackle with potent otherworldliness.
Ah, yes it just snuck in there. ; )
Thank you, Richard.
Contemplative, still stunning images.
Much thanks, Elaine.
Adore the spill of golden threads through that cool blue, and what a bonus to have the silver fish make a fleeting appearance!
Golden threads – I like that, Patti!
Thanks very much. : )
Love that detail with the fish exiting the frame. Lovely work
Thank you, Mimo!
I agree with all the others: the one with the fish is really special.
I’m glad you like it, Ashley. thank you!
Beautiful shots Karen. What a superb eye you have for a photograph. You keep finding them where I wouldn’t think to look. Wonderful! 🙂
Karen – as a general rule, I sort of hate to go along with crowds. But in this case the crowd’s right: it’s the fish that makes that shot so fantastic!
is this the one that got away 😉
Una hermosa aparición!!
The fish does it for me here, Karen. And that it is leaving the frame only serves to enhance its attraction – wonderful! A
Oh my gosh I’m in love with your pictures!
Thanks very much!
I like that slippery fish 🙂
Marvelous pictures. Really enjoyed this post.