I enjoy photo challenges.  They make you think about what you’ve seen and how, without thinking, you may have captured images that interpret the challenge.

Iceland/waterfallSPRAY….immediately I thought of waterfalls and geysers in Iceland.

Iceland/waterfallThere are so many, 

Iceland/waterfallmajestic, spraying rainbows into the air.

Iceland/waterfallTalk about spray, stand behind a waterfall and feel its wet cold.

Iceland/geyserFor a different spray, there are geysers

Iceland/geysererupting one after another sending hot spray in all directions.  That is not one you want to be near.

That waterfalls and geysers are there, powerful in their beauty, is another of those miracles that sets my heart racing.


A Word a Week Photo Challenge: Spray

13 thoughts on “Spray

  1. I visited Niagara Falls in 1985. It was so cold that December the falls were frozen solid.

  2. Great photos, Lulu. Iceland really is a special place, isn’t it? I’m aching to get back and see some more of it, despite the fact most people seem baffled I’d want to go there in the first place!

    1. If people went there, they’d understand why you want to go back.

  3. Magnificent! Wow!!!

  4. Lovely photos Lulu! Like you’ve mentioned before we’ve been to a lot of similar places and I have seen these parts of Iceland too! I loved Iceland! 🙂

  5. You nailed it with all your great shots or spray! 🙂

  6. Great photos. I have several friends that have been to Iceland. One made over 6000 pictures. I have not seen them but if they are like yours they are great. My favorite is the rainbow.

  7. Really like your set of images…

    1. Thank you. The photos do not do the real thing justice.

  8. Beautiful images for the challenge, Lulu. Yes, I also chose waterfalls for my post. They are so exhilarating to be near. 🙂

  9. Great photo’s!!! I love it!

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