Weekly Photo Challenge Nov 15th - Nov 21st "Water"


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"Water" – Peter7100's Choice.

Post a photo with Water. Fresh water, saltwater even tap water any kind of water.

Let's see how creative you can be! Color, B&W, HDR...anything goes!

This early announcement of the topic is to give a little think time, before the challenge begins. Photos must be taken and submitted between 00:00 UTC of the start date and 23:59 UTC of the end date.

If the forum EXIF viewer does not show for any reason, listing the camera and capture date/time below the photo is acceptable. Listing exposure info, lens & focal length is encouraged so others can learn.

The Rules

1. Any photo submitted for the Weekly Photo Challenge must be taken using a Nikon Camera! Any photo submitted for a weekly challenge must be taken during the dates specified in the challenge thread and taken by YOU!

2. If the EXIF does not show using a browser EXIF app, listing the camera and capture date/time below the photo is required. Listing exposure info, lens & focal length is encouraged so others can learn.

3. Photos must be posted in this thread to be considered. Links to photos will not be considered an entry (In other words, no Flikr, Photobucket, or similar links)

4. Only one photo entry per member for each week, unless otherwise noted.

5. All regularly active members of Nikonites are allowed to participate, including moderators and administrators.


During the submission & like periods, please click the Thanks/Like button to vote for your favorite images. You can vote for as many as you want! At the end of the week, you will have the opportunity to vote again for the top 3 photos for this challenge!

There will be no cash or prizes awarded for the Weekly Photo Challenges, unless specifically noted by the site administrator.

Any photo will be accepted for the challenge. Edited or straight out of the camera, it does not matter. You are left with complete freedom to do whatever genre of photography you wish to do, and your own interpretation of the challenge subject.

Please note - Rule 2 changed.
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With a whole week to ponder an idea, someone has to kick start it. With so many variations from trickles to multiple drops to an elongated single drop, I decided to go for it with this one...for better or worse. This is a perfect subject for a macro lens ,which I don't have.

Water drop
longer drop60.JPG
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From ancient times humans civilizations were able to use water for most of the life requirements. Also move it from a land to another one to water their sown fields far from the riverbed. In this case we see an old waterwheel, under the custody of the farmers, that takes water from the river running under the wheel, elevates it and drop it to channel in the top that will carry the water miles from there. It is amazing to see how ecologist our ancestors were before "inventing" the ecology. It does not use energy, it is moved by the same river flow and all the water that is spoiled by the sides, falls back into the river and follows its way...

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Camera Nikon Z50