2008-04-29

WWC - Water and One

It's Tuesday and that means it is time once again to play the Weekly Word Challenge, hosted by the lovely and demure Tink from Pickled Beef!

This weeks words are WATER & ONE! Let me tell you, water was not easy to do. All the fountains in the city are still shut down, and while the river is open, I didn't get a chance to get there to take a photo of it. (I hate not having a car!) Still and all, I managed to get a few shots - click on each to see them enlarged, or don't and look at them small.



Water:

Water comes from the sky frozen and white (most of the year), then gets pushed to the side of the road. When it starts to melt, you get slush and some interesting reflections in the resulting puddles.


Another water puddle and reflection.


This is the puddle in the underground parkade and you can see the sky reflected between the ceiling beams.



One:

There are five ones on this clock.


One rabbit, I almost stepped on him!


Part of the sign at the apartment complex.


There will be a history lesson later in the week to explain this.


So, there are a few of the pictures I took. To see more (you know I took more) click on the Flickr box in the top right hand corner (or here). Several of the people that do the WWC have joined a group in Flickr to post their photos.

If you would like to join in the fun, stop by at Tink's blog and she will give you all the details.

Good Day all.

P.S. Next weeks words are Three & Fire - should be fun!

18 comments:

Leah J.Utas said...

Excellent work again. I checked out a few more of your reflection photos and really liked them.
Fuzzy bunny must be almost tame by now.

Tink said...

I really like the tree reflected in the puddle and the one on the side of the building. Well played! I hope it warms up there soon though. Snow! Burrr.

Fortune Cookies said...

very nice! I did the water puddle photo thing too! see, great minds think alike :)

Hilary said...

Reb, those five ones on the clock were a ... stroke of brilliance! Great photos from a very creative mind. :)

the Bag Lady said...

Great photos, Reb. Loved the reflection of the tree - very cool.
You're getting pretty good at this photography stuff!!

Reb said...

Leah, thanks I had fun doing those. The bunnies around here are quite tame, you can tell the newborns, they run!

Tink, it has warmed up very nicely thanks.

Cookies, thanks...I could finish that saying, but won't.

Hilary, thanks, it just struck me as I was sitting there!

Sis, awww, thanks!

kcinnova said...

Well played! I love your water reflection shots. :)
Come December, will you blow some of that snow down our way? I'd like a couple feet of it next winter.

moosmoo said...

I love all the water shots everyone took this week. The reflections are so neat. Good work!

Newt said...

snow and rabbits - dang. we had the same theme to our WWC :-) Really nice pictures!

Terrie Farley Moran said...

Hats off to you, Reb.

You sure are getting handy with the camera!

Terrie

Reb said...

Kcinnova, I would love to send it all to you next year! Thanks.

Moo - thanks, it was fun.

Newt, I noticed that, thanks.

Terrie, thanks.

Chatty said...

Wonderful pictures - the reflection in the puddle was great - also the underground reflection. Loved the clock - very clever to notice so many ones - and the bunny is adorable.

Jo said...

Very creative again! I like the first two reflections (the snow could be a glacier)...and the sign on your complex. The bunny is cute too, glad you didn't break him!

Reb said...

Chatty, thanks! I had originally come at that puddle from the other way - good thing my batteries died.


Jo, that was my favorite reflection, thanks! Yeah, I don't imagine I would have gotten close enough to hurt the bunny in truth.

R.E.H. said...

Really like the water reflection pics, especially the one of the tree.

The five one's on the clock was clever.

Well played!

Reb said...

REH, thanks!

gr said...

maybe where there's one bunny there are many cousins and friends nearby?

Reb said...

Gary, actually there was one about ten feet away. There are quite a few that make the complex their home and they are so cute.