Project 50 #33 - Watering Can

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    Shot at 1/2 sec at f/8. Slight crop. Minor adjustments. It was difficult to get the can perfectly still for that long. I think it still works because that isn't the focus (pardon the pun) of the image.

    Thanks to my wife for suggesting the watering can.

    LHDumes, pinkie611, Maker Mama, and 6 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. mksppm 58 months ago | reply

      I think it's awesome! Great job and beautiful colors.

    2. chaf.haddad 58 months ago | reply

      Amazing shot Chris!

    3. ceclbtlti 36 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous shot! I picked it up -- with linked attribution -- here: everydayfeatsofcourage.com/

      Thanks so much for sharing on Creative Commons!

    4. Eficiência Hídrica 26 months ago | reply

      Hi,
      Excellent photo
      This photo was selected for one Water Efficiency Guide we are making in Portugal. Can we use it?
      We will put the link and author for you photo.
      Thank you,
      Best Regards,
      Carlos F.

    5. bradipo 21 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making your photo available under a Creative Commons license! I've used it here:

      www.wisebread.com/savings-rates-below-inflation-save-anyway

    6. Todd Tyrtle 18 months ago | reply

      Thank you for posting this photo and sharing it under a Creative Commons license. We used it as an illustration on our site, 500 Kindnesses to go with a pledge we received. This project is a charity bike ride where instead of asking for money, we ask our sponsors to pledge acts of kindness for others in the hopes of spreading kindness throughout the world . Last year we rode from Toronto to New York City on a tandem bicycle. Next year we will leave from Mobile, Alabama on another tandem bike and ride home to Toronto along the Underground Railroad Bicycle Route. More about the project is here, and the entry is posted here.

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