Weekly Photo Challenge: Change, Take Two

By Vladimir Brezina

Nothing endures but change — Heraclitus

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This is a second response to this week’s Photo Challenge, Change. The first response was here.

53 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Change, Take Two

  1. Beautiful! I love reflection photos!

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  2. Very beautiful…

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  3. simply beautiful.

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  4. The breeze was blowing all our petals away yesterday. They look pretty on the water and reflections.

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  9. sigh … transporting :)

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  13. I love the first and last photos with the petals. Very nice…

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  14. Hi Vladimir. It is a well-chosen sayings to your great images.
    All the best,
    Hanna

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  15. Beautiful photos – I love the first one.

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  16. The last photo reminds me of some of Monet’s paintings.

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  19. I love your pond with the reflections and I agree with Colline: reminds me of a Monet painting. :-)

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  20. A beautiful set of photos!
    If I post my link here, will that set up a pingback? I’m a pingback novice. :-)
    http://sustainabilitea.wordpress.com/2013/04/12/weekly-photo-challenge-change/

    janet

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    • Hi, Janet—

      a pingback would be set up if on your blog you posted a link to a post on my blog. WordPress would then set up (if I approved it), on the post on my blog to which you linked, a link back to your blog—the pingback.

      Here, however, you’ve already posted a link back to your blog on my blog, which serves the same function that a pingback would serve. If anything, this might set up essentially a pingback in reverse, from your blog back to my post. But I am not sure that WordPress automatically generates pingbacks from comments in the same way it does from the main body of the post…

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  24. reminds me of Japanese art… :)

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  25. You have elevated the humble puddle!

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  26. Very pretty reflections!

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