Photography Where The Water Meets The Land Posted on May 28, 2017October 25, 2018 by Thomas Slatin May 2017Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostAbandoned Factory Lobby Next PostChristmas, Long Long Ago 22 thoughts on “Where The Water Meets The Land”That is a beautiful pic clicked. The most awesome feeling comes when you are near the sea on the bank of it and enjoy the sea waves.Loading...ReplyThere is a lot in of these in my mothers hometown. We usually climbed on the branches and dive from there. It has been great childhood memories.Loading...ReplySeen one like this before, atimes climb and draws the branches into the river like swing. I even tried turning my phone upside down, locks like a new perfect picture againLoading...ReplyThis is a beautiful out, unique and perfect colour. Black and white make pictures great.Loading...ReplyMemories of places like this flooded in my memory. Childhood memory that I want to keep. This photo bring backs memory of the past where in , we just stay and hang out in that kind of place. No gadget, no internet, and pollution just purely happiness.Loading...ReplyRecently, our neighbourhood got affected by waters. We now have a pool in our yard.Loading...ReplyIn my area this happens a lot. If you consider flooding that is. After all our country is a literal storm central of the world. An average of 19-20 storms a year.Loading...ReplyThis is a natural looking photo. There’s always tree near the river. It always depicts fertilityLoading...ReplyBeautiful scenario you pictured for your readers. I wouldn’t mind having this as my screen saver. It is awesome.Loading...ReplyThat tree looks magical yet terrifying at the same time. It looks like it could be from a fantasy or horror movie. Amazing job you did with the photo.Loading...ReplyBeautiful picture Tom, there´s a place that looks similar to this picture and it´s in the city where I live.Loading...ReplyWhat a lovely photo. I always love your photos of nature.Loading...ReplyNice touch giving it a black and white effect. It makes it unique.Loading...ReplyNature is so beautiful. This photo just shows it.Loading...ReplyAs a wall hanging this would be awesome. Very professionally done.Loading...ReplyThe tree looks great. I love how the branches create a silhouette.Loading...ReplyThat tree sure is massive. I bet it’s very old.Loading...ReplyWhat a calm and peaceful environment. I would love to meditate here.Loading...ReplyEverything about this photo is perfect. The work of a true professional.Loading...ReplyI admire your skills a lot Tom. Every day your photos take my breath away.Loading...ReplyWhich camera was used for this? I need me one like that lolLoading...ReplyThis is nature in all its glory. It is truly breathtaking.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. ΔThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.