they look like they've lost gravity.

playing with Extended Exposure (water movement)
1/1600 sec at f/5.0
ISO 6400.

Like I said, i'm bored and i've nothing to do. I'm doing an early post for 04/13. Today is my day off from work and I was suppposed to go out and do a photowalk but decided against it because it's too darn hot outside. Right now, temperature is at 32 degrees celcius and it's now 1:06pm where i'm at.

Anyways, im trying to learn this extended exposure thingy. See how i fare.
Cool effect
posted April 12th, 2012  
this is great shot lot.bejerano!!!!! you are expert photographer....
posted April 12th, 2012  
Wow!.....Amazingly cool capture! you have a great creative mind! : ]
posted April 12th, 2012  
@pawar_ramesh hi ramesh, thanks but i am far from being an expert. i need to learn more.

@annbo thanks Ann. I have been wanting to take this kind of pic for so long, now here it is. I know i've much to improve on.
posted April 12th, 2012  
@swilde thanks Sue.
posted April 12th, 2012  
Wow! Great shot!
posted April 12th, 2012  
@groovygirlrn thank you Sheri.
posted April 12th, 2012  
Cool shot!
posted April 12th, 2012  
nice shot, beautiful photo
posted April 12th, 2012  
This shot is a little dark, but I like the motion you've captured. Great job.
posted April 14th, 2012  
I love this.
posted April 14th, 2012  
@deburahiru @deburahiru @tobi @tobi @bleakhounds Thanks so much foir the really nice feedbacks.
@clarkafb_brat i did worry about it being underexposed. That's the right term, right? im new at this photography thingy and still trying to learn a lot of things.
posted April 15th, 2012  
@mehateradishes Yes, underexposed is the proper term. It's still a nice shot though. You could brighten it up a little in post processing.
posted April 15th, 2012  
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