Emotography – Week 15/2016

Enhanced Alagae


I inverted this photo because I loved the patterns of the algae in the creek, but it was all brown – now it is lovely blue and much more lively.  I still love the waving algae, and the reflected branches, and the sense of flow that it has.

It also feels like this past week, just a blur of movement and it was gone.


If you would like to participate with your own Emotography post, and I would be very happy if you wanted to, check out my post EPE Invitation where I explain what it all means, and tell you how.

13 responses to “Emotography – Week 15/2016”

  1. […] it Emotography) and leave a link to it as a comment (alternatively you can leave a pingback) under my weekly entry which is published on a Thursday (Australian […]


  2. Lovely movement captured in your image. I’m satisfied with my post this week http://wp.me/p2N0qn-Bw

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    1. Thanks Sue. I like your choice too.


  3. This is lovely.

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    1. Thanks Suzy. Just caught my eye, and I have been holding it back for the right time.


  4. Cool capture with subtle colour and hints of movement. Lovely.

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    1. Much appreciated Ruth. I think it does have a nice feel.

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  5. Ooh, I LOVE this. The movement, the colours, there’s something very gentle and calming about it.

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    1. Yes, I have fun testing out many of my photos inverted, and this is one of my favourites. I agree that it does feel calming, at lest to me, a slow, gentle waving of life.

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      1. That’s a perfect description, for that photo, ‘a slow.gentle waving of life.’

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        1. You are very kind 🙂

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  6. Hi Claudette. Here is my contribution for this week. Some of my favourite views of Tassie. http://wp.me/p4X4U3-1kg

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