Abstract Patterns: Rippling Water

Every so often I become obsessed with the abstract patterns of ripples in the water. Here’s the latest batch, mostly from close to home as there’s a lot of water nearby.

Fallen leaves in bright autumn colours under water in a nearby pond.Fallen leaves in bright autumn colours under waterWater ripples reflecting a pier in False Creek Inlet, Vancouver. Water Texture: reflections of pierGuess where this is! (It’s blue rippled water in Donegal, Ireland.)Water Texture: Blue ripples in Donegal, IrelandGrebbestad ripples reflecting a boat (Sweden).Water Texture: Grebbestad ripples reflecting a boatThe Titanic (sign) upside-down in the water.Water Texture: a reflection of the Titanic sign in Belfast, IrelandMonet’s pond in Giverney, France. It even looks like one of his paintings.Water Texture: Ripples in Monet's Pond in FranceI think a boat mast is causing this abstract reflection in the water . abstract patterns of ripples in the waterThe water isn’t rippled; the sand is at Ngapali Beach in Myanmar. Water Texture: water meets rippling sand at Ngapali Beach in MyanmarStriped abstract patterns of ripples in the water Aarhus, Denmark.Striped abstract patterns of ripples in the water Aarhus, DenmarkBlack water rippling at Little Qualicum Falls on Vancouver Island.Water Texture: Black water rippling at Little Qualicum Falls on Vancouver IslandA water reflection of fall trees in Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver.Water reflection of fall trees in Queen Elizabeth Park, VancouverReflection of branches on the water at Capilano Suspension Bridge, Canada. Reflection of branches on the water at Capilano Suspension Bridge, CanadaMore of Nancy Merrill’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Water.

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