Movement. How do you show movement in your photos? This photo choice is a very deliberate show of movement through the camera lens and the blurring lights, but how else can you show movement of objects, or of the action that’s happening in your picture?
Share a picture that means MOVEMENT to you!
I decided to share this “movement” photo for the challenge.
Here is the Orca (Killer Whale) which we saw at Sea World in San Diego. These amazing creatures can jump 10-15 metres into the air.
WOW! that is an amazing photo! good one AD!
Thanks, Ruth. 😉
So you came to San Diego and didn’t even call to say hello? Well! I guess I know where I stand with you………………lol
We didn’t know one another then, Russel. Next time. 😉
Great shot and amazing moment…. Thanks and Love, nia
Thanks so much, nia. Love to you too. 😉
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Everytime “Shamu” the killer whale jumps, he takes my breath away. Incredible moment!
These creatures are so fantastic. It gives me goosies, just thinking about that show.
Beautiful jump… beautiful photo… I like it.. 🙂
Thanks, Bams. It was such a great show.
great image…it just always saddens me to see these beautiful animals in captivity
Thanks, Jo. I hear what you’re saying. It is great to see what they’re capable of though.
Wow! Great catch!! 😉
Hahaha. I like that. 😉
Wow … clever picture
Thanks. It was a lucky shot indeed. 😉
they like to move – and need an ocean to discover …
I’m sure you’re right, ft. They did seem to enjoy playing here though, and loved the applause too.
Excellent choice – it really shows movement!!
Thanks, ppd. It came to mind immediately I saw the challenge. 😉
Awesome pic AD!
Thanks, Cocoa. 😉
Wow, what a great shot!!!
Thanks, Madelaine. There was a lot of movement going on there. 😉
Wow! I wish I was there to smell the fresh pool water! Nice picture AD! 🙂
Thanks, matron. It was a stunning show. 😉
Beautiful. But it seems so cruel to keep them in captivity.
Yes, I guess you’re right there, but they did seem to be enjoying the limelight. I expect they just get used to it.
That is an incredibly stunning picture ad.
Thanks, Hopestar. Hugs to you too. xx
Wow what an awesome creature, I hope it has enough space there.
He seemed to be doing just fine in there, but did displace a large volume of water every time he landed. 😉
Beautiful image my friend ,Thanks for sharing this 🙂
Thanks, Jake. 😉
Awesome picture! Awesome. You never fail to rock the photo challenge 🙂
Thanks so much, TG. 😉
Great capture… not easy I’m sure…
Particularly proud of this pic, bdt. 😉
Oh, what a wonderful photo! Very impressive..
Thanks so much, reb. 😉
Nice shot! I like the water droplets all around the whale…
Thanks for the visit and your comment, Lola Jane. 😉
Breath taking, WOW!
He was a great subject to photograph, evea. 😉
Won’t be too great when it fell on u, lol! That thing is huge!!!
Wow …. amazing photoshot. The timing was perfect 😛
Thanks so much, dellaanna. 😉
Thanks, Marcia. 😉
wow! great timing for the shot!
Yes it was a very lucky shot, nelson. 😉
Love it! Its perfect.
Thanks, Madhu. 😉
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Thank you, Francine. 😉
Is that “awesome” enough, DC. 😉
I LOVE Orcas… great shot!
Aren’t they splendid, Gunta?! 😉
Full marks for the movement – what goes up must come down, and one can almost hear the splash!
Yes, the people in the first 10 rows were drenched by the end of the show. 😉 We heeded the warning, and sat further back.
Fantastic shot! Perfect for the theme!
Thanks, Naomi. It was such a spectacular show. 😉
I couldn’t jump that high on a good day 😦
Great movement. 🙂
Hahaha, Gemma. You and me both. 😉
Wow, Thats some jump considering the depth of the pool 😀
Yes, aren’t they just amazing, Chris?!!