Water Colors

Japan,photography,

Check out Toshio Shibata’s Mesmerizing Photographs of Water in a slide show of 12 photographs.


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  1. i love this

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  2. Fascinating, and perhaps a bit of a Rorschach test–when I first looked at this photo, I thought it was a macro image of a leather briefcase with stitching. Hmmmmm…

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  3. P.S. I’m fascinated by the Zen feeling with which these photos are imbued. Thx for sharing, DK!

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  4. these are quietly stunning.

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  5. Reblogged this on Random Life Chronicles.

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  6. Mesmerizing indeed!

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  7. I saw the other photos … 🙂
    It really is about honoring man’s ability to harness the power of water and the photographer’s ability to capture it in such a simple way.

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  8. Christie says:

    Oh how I wish there was a way to share some river and waterfall photos I took last Friday. Water is interesting to watch. Yesterday,I hobbled, hunched over until I reached the bench. I sat on the bench, next to two firs & underneath the leafing out Oak trees next to a river in the warm late afternoon air listening, watching and being soothed by the reflective water. Much needed peace and quiet…

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  9. Dave, Yes each day is anew! Full of opportunity. I love the series of water color photo art. // I am always mesmerized by water (clouds, flowers and trees, too) Water from it headwaters source and along its course, tumbles down into a fall, flows, churns and eddies until it merges with the vast ocean. Water has a gentleness and can have a mighty force. Water is used to live on, to recreate on, for commerce to move cargo along on, Water is life giving, water can take over land, leaving a mess behind, water can take life as well. Water is precious & It’s gift of life that should be respected & cared for.. next month I’ll be staying next to a designated “Wild and Scenic River” it’s a honor to stay on such a piece of homesteaded land that is shared with us by amazing friends who are great stewards of the land. We all need to take time to be still by the waters edge. …I am grateful for the gift of a day…

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  10. Love this. Am going to reblog this soon. (copies down this particular addy). It so reminds me of my Sunday Evening Art Gallery. I love unique art…

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