Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Wordless Wednesday

22 comments:

Robert said...

Great capture. Love the contrast in color.



I invite you to see my WW post for this week.

Carmi said...

The directionality of the sparks absolutely makes this image. Fantastic composition!



I've posted my WW contribution here:

http://writteninc.blogspot.com/2008/01/wordless-wednesday-hooked.html



Thanks for once again inspiring with your view through the lens. Hope you have a great WW, and hope you drop by my blog!



All the best,



Carmi

Gabriel said...

Nice picture! I love it. You're right about the contrast.



Please find my post here.



Happy WW!

pamela said...

sparky!

mycrazylife said...

Nice capture! Love the composition!

Natalie said...

Whoa! Stand back.

Rhonda said...

Great catch! Neat :0

D. Renee Bagby said...

PRETTY!

It's dangerous and fun all at once.



Happy WW!

Bobbie said...

Wondering what shutter speed was used to capture those sparks? Well done!

June said...

Yes, great composition...and you "got" the sparks so well.

Melanie said...

Wow- that is a great shot. I love you caught the sparks. I'm also wondering what shutter speed you used- amazing picture!



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ellen b said...

Great shot! I'm hoping that's something fun like a hot tub!

marcia v said...

we were always told as kids to never look at that it would burn our retina's

Hip Mama said...

Happy WW! :)

genny said...

oh what a spark... Happy WW!



mine is up..

Tha Guru said...

oh that looks like real work. i am looking for easy jobs lol happy ww

Deb said...

AH watch out!



Come check out my butt kicking post for today!

Qtpies7~ said...

Great picture! Love it!

Digital Flower said...

Cool photo, you caught the action.



Happy WW!

Chris in Oxford said...

Great shot, I love the captured action. For reasons I can't explain, I thought of a Johnny Cash song when I saw this. It's been kind of a long day.

Keera said...

Wow, this photo is a big hit! :-) It's a hit with me, too. It has color, energy and activity caught mid-action. It's one of those photos that let you imagine a story.

alice said...

Yeah -- it has been a hit, which is strange, as I haven't been taking many photos lately (it's been cold and dreary outside), so I just have a few from whatever's been going on around the house in the past week. I didn't think this was all that spectacular, but perhaps it appeals because it is an unusual subject -- it's unexpected, and not just another flower or sunset.