Under the jetty

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b.e.r.n.d. on January 19, 2012

ich kenne nur die Rotstift-Haie. Diese Gattung lebt in großen grauen Betonbauten und ernährt sich von Steuereinnahmen. Sind sehr hartnäckig und teisl bösartig. Wenn man sie regelmäßig füttert, kann man mit ihnen auskommen.

Also man kann dort ungefährdet baden. Da gibt es ja manchmal Traumstrände und keiner geht ins Wasser. Erst wenn man gestochen oder gefressen wurde, weiß man warum...

RobStamp to-ipernity on March 12, 2012

Hi uni

Welcome to the TTT.

Still water - ok.

Flowing water -

Maybe there is a translation issue regarding flowing water. I agree the water is in motion, but not the steady flow I was looking for.

What I would like to see is somewhere between the still water, and the water falling straight down, so the water flowing downhill, over rocks, or past a branch, or through weeds, maybe eddy currents at a bend in the river. It can range from fast rapids, to slow streams.

Two or three other entrants have changed their wave photos, so I must also ask you.

Falling water -

I appreciate the idea, the drops of water are falling, but as I said above, it was the progression of stages I was looking for. A few people have used fountains, which I had not thought of, and have decided to allow, but I would like you to change your "Une p'tite goutte".

Please read this about making the edit.

Best wishes, Rob

uni* on March 15, 2012

Hi Rob, thanks for explanations. Relevant to TTT I changed picture two and three. I hope you agree :))

Best wishes, uni

Senad Džinić (Džine) on March 21, 2014


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