Saturday, May 4, 2013

Saturday Photohunt - Under and Something upside down

 
Roots of plants growing Upside down Under water in the Sewri creek.

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36 comments:

  1. Well, that's not something you see everyday!! What a great capture for the day!!!

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  2. Creek? That body of water looks way too wide to be just a creek! :O

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  3. I've seen something similar in Mahabaleshwar. Love the neat lines of the boat.

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  4. are they some kinda fishing trap bhai ?? indeed this capture is silent , peaceful and full of life .beautiful capture !!

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  5. Love the capture.
    ~Have a nice weekend~

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  6. Beautiful capture of the calm and peace in the creek

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  7. Really? Well I never heard of such a magical thing!


    Enjoy your weekend. Ride safe.

    Friendly ALOHA
    from Waikiki
    Comfort Spiral
    ~ > < } } ( ° > <3

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    1. You can find more info about these plants at http://uwf.edu/rsnyder/ffnwf/marswmp/freswet.html and http://soils.ifas.ufl.edu/wetlandextension/vegetation.htm

      Thank you :)

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  8. Strange !I fist thought it was a meeting of Loch Ness monsters !

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  9. Very refreshing capture! :)

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  10. I never knew Sewri- had so much to capture. My idea of Sewri is limited to the fact - that my Grandpa disembarked at Sewri Station, during this working days ;)

    Keep Clicking & Posting :)

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  11. An ordinary sight wonderfully captured

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  12. Beautiful shot for this week's theme.

    Have a super weekend.

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  13. Beautiful shot and perfect for the theme.

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  14. Hari Om
    Such simple beauty. Elegant entrapment in that lens! YAMxx

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  15. Are you kidding us? This looks like old pier stumps! We have big cypress trees that can live in water - and they have nodes that grow up in order to breathe. Ain't nature fun?

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  16. Those are roots? Lovely shot.

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  17. simple but different scene... very soothing view.

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  18. very nice capture. Unbelievable roots.

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