Weekly Photo Challenge – H2O


Social Feather Dusters

Social Feather Dusters

Yes, of course, I’m posting an underwater photo. We just got back last week from a ten-day diving trip to Belize. The challenge is to pick just one shot! I decided on this lovely group of white social feather dusters as I love the movement of the water through their delicate tendrils. Feather dusters are a kind of tube worm and these creatures are appropriately named “Social” because they live together.

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15 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge – H2O

  1. Lovely and ethereal…


  2. Simply gorgeous, Cathy. I was smiling as I clicked on your link because I knew I’d find something both underwater and lovely. Happy Friday!


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  3. Stunning. I can feel their fluid motion. Funny story: my son and I went to our local aquarium yesterday, and he brought my new GoPro (waterproof) camera. He wanted to use it underwater in a tank (there are several with open tops), but he knew it wasn’t ok, so he didn’t. It would have been fun to use it in one of the touch tanks, but we didn’t. Maybe next time.


  4. Amy says:

    Wow, another grand trip, Cathy! This capture of the feather dusters is so cool! 🙂


  5. Elyse says:

    Can I just rub my face against them? They look so wonderfully soft.


  6. aFrankAngle says:

    Although I can visualize them moving in the water, your title below the image made me laugh. Well done!


  7. Vicky says:

    How beautiful, such graceful tendrils..you can feel them moving in your lovely shot…


  8. dawnkinster says:

    LOVE it! I’m going to link so my readers can enjoy this too.


  9. […] a few other interpretations of H2O here, here and […]


  10. seabluelee says:

    Those are beautiful, Cathy. So ethereal looking.


  11. jmacindoe says:

    Lovely shot. So peaceful and colourful.


  12. I’m always late to the party these days, but so happy i got there… this is GORGEOUS!! Love it.


  13. Eugene says:

    The underwater world is fascinating. Look at the photo, you can again and again is always a mystery. And to make such photo itself is so cool. Lovely photos!


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