Saturday, August 29, 2009

Sunday stills, Sounds....




This weeks assignment-Take a picture that conveys sound. (no captions allowed)
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17 comments:

  1. I hear the water in the trough, and the clinking cubes in the glass!

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  2. I could hear the ice crackling and melting! Hmmm ice cold cola is so quenching!
    Mine is posted here

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  3. Cool shots! I think the ice just cracked! ;)

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  4. Great choices, epsecially that ice clinging in the glass!
    Ronelle

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  5. Good job! I can hear those sounds!

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  6. I can hear the ice popping! Cool!
    The water in the bucket...a daily chore...just reminds me to get back to work. lol!

    ~Lisa

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  7. Water is such a great sound and I tell you what! I am addicted to ice! Bad for my teeth I know but I love it!!!! Great job!

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  8. Hey! Love your new header photo!!

    Great shots for this week's challenge...the first is very familiar ;~) And I like the idea of the pop and ice...I can hear it now!

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  9. Good sounds there! Water splashing in the horses water trough and a cool drink of cola, ice crackling....sooooo refreshing! Think I'll head for the kitchen for a glass myself!!!
    great shots!
    ~Jane

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  10. Well done, as I can hear the hose clearly, and the ice making it's cracking sounds in the glass. Nice job.

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  11. Re: your question about letterboxing and geocaching:

    We've done both, but my kids prefer letterboxing for several reasons. We don't have to buy a GPS (that my 3 kids end up arguing who's turn it is to use it), no GPS that breaks down when you really need it, and we collect beautiful and creative stamp impressions (works of art that usually are directly related to the location the letterbox is found) in a small journal instead of the trinkets, junk and medals that are the typical fare in a geocache.

    Some people love the geocaches, though, especially techo-geeks who like to play with GPS systems. Different strokes for different folks :)

    Have fun with whichever hobby you choose, though. That's what is most important.

    ~Lisa

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  12. Very nice, the sound of ice popping is very creative..:-)

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  13. It's funny how ice makes that particular sound! Clever shot!

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