Lifegiving Water

Som kjent er det mesta av alt liv avhengig av vann i flytende form dersom liv skal kunne opprettholdes. Nå om dagen har høsten festet sitt grep og – farger florerer! Men – det er også mer vann enn før. Noe som vanlig regn,   men mye også som kondens etter nattens
temperatur-forskjeller, nattetåke m.v.
Her er et par bilder som illustrerer både vannet og fargene!
As is well known, most of all life depends on water in liquid form if life is to be maintained. Nowadays, autumn has taken hold and – colors abound! But – there is also more water than before. Something like regular rain, but also a lot like condensation after the night temperature differences, night fog, etc. Here are a few pictures that illustrate both the water and the colors!

(Compliments of SRB)
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5 Responses to Lifegiving Water

  1. Jorunn says:

    Flotte bilder som vanlig 😄
    Høsten er den fineste årstiden synes jeg. Mange flotte farger og lufta er klar og litt kjølig.

  2. utesmile says:

    Water droplets on leaves are such a great motive, and you got some amazing pictures here!

  3. Seenorway says:

    Thank you, Eugi! ‘Clarity’ is my main goal, however, colors and light-intensity are just as important to me. I’m shooting thousands of pictures every year, but I only share what I can sort of stand for!
    You have been with me for a very long time, and you might remember the ones I shot at ‘Lykkja’
    several years ago? But – since then a lot of new people have arrived at the scene; people that have probably never seen them? Unfortunately bloggers of today don’t seem to have the time
    to bother searching through old archives?! And they don’t seem to understand what they are missing. Neither do they follow links placed directly under their noses. I have a mind to just drop them, but – tonight I’m in a good mood! 🙂
    Anyone taking the time to read this comment:
    If you will study Norwegian nature at its best, here is a link that will take you there:
    https://seenorway.wordpress.com/2017/07/30/hemsedal-lykkja/

  4. -Eugi ☕️ says:

    Absolutely gorgeous and such clarity in these photos.

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