Wind and Water

This week’s photo prompt is Forces of Nature.  I decided to choose Wind and Water.  Wind, can come in forms as destructive as hurricanes and tornadoes.  While water has the power to shape mountains.  Together they can make waves that can vary from a little ripple in a pond to a giant tsunami.  First up… wind.

I used a Chrome filter on this photo, in case you are wondering.

I took these photos, in case you are wondering, at the Paint Mines, in Colorado.  Anyway…

Not much to look at really.  But, see how the wind formed this little snow drift.  (I added a chrome filter to amp up the drama lol.)  Instead of smooth boring snow, we now have this dramatic little wave that looks like it should be in the ocean rather than a prairie.  Up next… water.


I took these photos, in case you are wondering, in Ocean City, Maryland.


The water churns in the ocean (thanks to a lot of wind that day) and turns all foamy and white.  I love the effect really.  Anyway, these are my submissions for the week.  I hope you enjoyed them.  Leave me a comment and let me know what you thought!

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6 thoughts on “Wind and Water

  1. Gorgeous. The only difference between yours and mine is that mine were taken in the North of England. I love our rough sea but those beautiful blue rolling waves of yours are are just stunning.

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    1. I love your rough sea as well. It’s so beautifully dramatic. One day I’ll get to see it. It’s on my list lol. That said! I’m glad you like mines. It was so cold that day, but it was well worth it. The ocean was just so peaceful. I miss it every day.


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