“We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop.”
~ Mother Teresa
For Ailsa’s theme, I have a few photos to share, all involving the uses of that most necessary liquid commodity, water. Click on any image to see slideshow.
Adding beauty to an already spectacular view in the Hinchingbrook Channel, south of Cairns.
Washing the boulders along the beach in Umhlanga, South Africa.
Lots of liquid at Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
Bringing in the tourists to a beautiful African country suffering from a failed economy.
Creating hydroelectric power at Niagara Falls.
Jet skiing in Key West.
Keeping cool on a hot day in Phuket.
Sailing down the Nile in a Felucca.
Skiingi n Whistler, Canada.
Creating icicle patterns on wheels in Wyoming.
Old Faithful, just letting off steam in Yellowstone.
Liquid home for a shark at uShaka Seaworld in Durban, South Africa.
Doing the weekly laundry in Morocco
Decorating my son’s house for Christmas, in New York.
Getting all your ducks in a row on our lake in Florida.
Providing a great fishing ground for the pelican and anhinga in Florida.
Reflecting the Washington Memorial.
Creating the stunning blue of the Grotto Azzurra on the Isle of Capri.
You can click here to see other bloggers interpretations of Ailsa’s theme.
Love this collection, AD!
Thanks so much, Ruth. 🙂
Well done, AD 🙂 🙂
Thanks so much, Paula. There’s an award on my blog for you. 🙂
They are all awesome! So many wonderful things and places you have seen!
Thanks so much, annchristine. 🙂
Wowpics, as always!
Thanks, Col. 🙂
Love the waterfalls. 😉
They do seem to be a favourite, Elizabeth. 🙂
totally stunning ad!!!!
Thanks, Christine. 🙂
Fantastic series, Adinparadise. The waterfalls are AWESOME.
Thanks, Imelda. 🙂
We didn’t manage to get such good pics when we went to the Vic Falls. Thanks for taking us around the world again 🙂
You’re welcome, TA. Glad you enjoyed.:)
Absolutely gorgeous pics AD. You are blessed with lovely memories of your travels, thanks for sharing…x
Thanks, cocoa. Glad you enjoyed my liquid memories. 🙂
Loved your slideshow; just the thing to enjoy over a mug hot chocolate whilst it’s blowing a storm outside!
Thanks, Dallas. Hot chocolate sounds good. Hope the storm blows over so you can get out and enjoy the weekend. 🙂
stunning photos.. love the 3 ducks in a row,.i think they are cute..
Thanks, starlight. Yes, they are really cute. 🙂
Loved the ice pattern.
Me too. It was VERY cold. 🙂
Lovely pics and a perfect quote to start.
Thanks, Tilly. 🙂
When I saw the travel theme was “Liquid” I just knew you’d have fantastic pics for us 🙂
Thanks, Hopestar. So did I. 😀 Hugs to you too.
Ow, THANK YOU for that amazing tour around the world. Love your photos, AD 🙂
Thanks so much, Marion. 🙂
Excellent photography my friend 🙂
Thank you, Jake. 🙂
Fascinating photography, I must say
Thanks so much for visiting and liking. 🙂
You have been invited to my virtual dinner check my blog
That’s two virtual dinner invites so far. I think I’ll wait for a few more, and then we can all get together. 🙂
All your photos are so lovely but that first shot, spectacular. 🙂
Thanks, LuAnn. 🙂
Water. Such an innocuous thing, but such splendour!!
Lovely pics AD 😉
Thanks, 68. Yes, very true.
Love your selections Sylvia but that first shot of Victoria Falls, down in the ravine with the liquid air … fantastic 🙂
Thanks so much. It’s impossible to take a bad photo of Victoria Falls. It’s really awesome. 🙂
Great slide show!!
Thanks, newsy.:) Have a great weekend.
Super photos AD 😀
Thanks, Chris. 🙂
Pingback: Travel Theme: Liquid | Four Deer Oak
All beautiful images, Sylvia! My favorites are Victoria Falls, the beach at Umhlanga, the felucca on the Nile and the birds in Florida!
Thanks, Cathy. I’m missing my beach at Umhlanga. 🙂
I’m sure you are! It has more character than Florida beaches, I think. 🙂
Incredible photos…from snow and ice to the exotic. I can only imagine the beautiful pictures you chose not to include that we didn’t get to see.:)
Thanks so much, Lynne. Yes, I could have posted a hundred photos at least, but ‘Time is of the essence’. 🙂
You never cease to amaze with your choices from everywhere. For me, the two Victoria Falls shots were an easy pick for favorite.
Yes, it was an awesome visit. A once off, I think. 😦
I love traveling the world with you. Such marvelous water captures.
Thanks, Emily. I’m glad you do. 🙂
My jaw dropped! …. Literally, I’m not kidding.
I hope it’s back in place now, rommel. 🙂
I like the “keeping cool” image…looks SO refreshing 🙂
Yes, it was, and as you can see that water was so blue. 😀
These are all so gorgeous! Love your shots! 🙂
Thanks, so much, Nicole. 🙂
Very nice photos. They are beautiful. Thanks for the share!
Thank you very much for your visit. 🙂
What an amazing series of photos! So far ranging! A worldwide tour!
Thanks so much, Naomi. 🙂
Gorgeous pictures Sylvia. Superb. 🙂
Thanks, Adrian. 🙂
A glorious collection! yellowstone looks fascinating and you’ve reminded me to scan my Zimbabwe photos and see if they are any good!
Thanks, Gilly. Hope you find some good Zim. photos to share. 🙂
Amazing shots! All of them – I really can’ t pick my favourite one! 🙂
Thanks so much, Esenga. 🙂