Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Desert Waterfall

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A rare and welcome sight here in the desert, this is a waterfall at a local West Valley recreational area near the Estrella Star Tower.

This is another photo taken with a 38mm Diana lens mounted on a Nikon D40.

You can view more Watery Wednesday photos by clicking on the picture below.


11 comments:

Rob said...

Rather refreshing from the scorching heat.

Sharon said...

That water is very sparkley!

Small City Scenes said...

That old timey shot was taken at the Sedro-Woolley Historical Museum. They have different rooms set up to look like long ago. Kinda cool. MB

Costea Andrea Mihai said...

nice image!! regards

Francisca said...

All those sparkles make me think of a Kincade painting. But much calmer. :-)

cieldequimper said...

Oh lovely! I'll take that for here please, it's so hot (sticky big city hot :-(

lizziviggi said...

I love it! Thanks to your educating me, when I saw the picture I thought "Oh, I bet she took that with a Diana camera!" It lends a very nice effect.

Misalyn said...

Lovely and refreshing image. I like the sparkling water.

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

This looks pretty good to me. From the desert no less. Wow. I can remember fearing that I might get trapped in a box canyon or something and drown if it rained somewhere nearby.

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T. Becque said...

Wow, water in the desert. I can't believe it's still there and the sun hasn't sucked it up yet! I like that the water has a bluish, purplish tinge to it.

California Girl said...

My husband, the photographer, likes this shot. I asked him what a Diana lens is. Oh you photog folks and your gadgets...:)