Very nice shots, Amy!
Thank you, Hien! Enjoy the weekend. 🙂
Thank and good weekend to you too, a greetings
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Grazie! Buongiorno, Enrico!
Great shots, Amy.
Thank you, Cathy! 🙂
Amazing photos, Amy! They display the movements very well. Have a nice weekend!
Thank you so much for your comment, Agnes! I have very few motion photos. 🙂
Great shots in action Amy!Both are great for the challenge.Love the textures of the reflective waters and the “motion” of the gentle wimples too!You caught two different kinds of motion … Enjoy the weekend too 🙂 ❤ xxx
Thank you so much, dearest Doda! I have very few motion photos:) Glad you like this one. Hope you are enjoying the weekend, and so busy. 🙂 ❤ xxx
The first image makes me want to find that quiet space and just be.
That is Austin Lake in the early morning Thank you for liking it, Sally!
Great ones! The first one is so inspiring, would love to be there now 🙂 Thanks for sharing Amy, have a lovely day!
It’s nice lake to relax. Happy to see you, Estelea! 🙂
Plus is there any more beautiful spot for doing sport? definitely more inspiring than my gym ..;
I wish I was in that kayak right now. ☺️ lovely photos!
It’s Austin Lake, only quiet in the morning. 🙂 Thank you, Lisa!
Cool pics Amy. Motion beautifully depicted 🙂
Beautifully said, Rashmik. Thank you! 🙂
Good morning, Amy. Beautiful photos. I particularly like the first one… it’s quieter and dreamy like and the colors look wonderful and… 😉
Good evening, Helen! Glad you like the first one, it’s Austin Lake! We went to see Wildflowers outside of Austin today. 🙂
Great shots! I like the more green paddling way best! 🙂
The green paddling is my favorite. Thank you, Tom! 🙂
i especially like that first shot, Amy. Hope you’re having a great weekend.
That’s Austin Lake, a very beautiful lake around the city. 🙂 Thank you, Janet!
Great contrast – love that kayaker!
Glad you like the kayader, Bj! 🙂 Lots paddling there around the Austin Lake. 🙂
Great shots Amy
Thank you, Raewyns! 🙂
I like the water texture; looks like silk, very nice!
Thank you, Maria! That is my favorite. 🙂
Beautiful shots, Amy! Nicely done!
So glad you like it, Lucy! 🙂
Thank you, Tobyo! So glad to see you. 🙂
Fun comparison between human and mechanical motion Amy!
Appreciate your comment, Tina! Some people enjoy the excitement of the speed. 🙂
Thank you, scrapyudo! Glad you like it. 🙂
Nice photos! I really like the blurred oar!
Great photo’s for this challenge!
Thank you, Aletta! Hope you had a great weekend. 🙂
Schöne Fotos wünsche einen schönen Sonntag lieber Gruß Gislinde
Thank you so much, Gislinde! 🙂
Beautiful pictures. So, dreamy. 🙂
Just a suggestion: Go to Settings>Sharing, and select the checkbox – Front Page, Archive Pages, and Search Results Now if someone visits your blog, he/she may like the post without opening the post separately. It will help you get more likes on the blog.
Done. Thank you so much for your advice! I agree this feature will be very helpful. Thank you for commenting. 🙂
The pleasure is all mine. I got read some very beautiful posts by you. 🙂
Thank you for visiting and your support. I love to visit your poetry and chocolate and books, very inspiring. 🙂
Thank you so much. 🙂 This made me so happy. 😀
Well what can I say … I was moved. 😀
Yeah! 😀 Thank you for stopping by, Rommel! I love your B&W Death Valley shots.
I love the panning shot!! great shots Amy!
Always appreciate your encouraging comment, Cybele! 🙂
and yours! 🙂
Nicely done, Amy. 🙂
Thank you, Robin! 🙂
How do you do that?
For beginners (from wpc): http://digital-photography-school.com/a-beginners-to-capturing-motion-in-your-photography/ Also, my online instructor really wanted me to try motion shots, but I wasn’t excited about it at all. If I can find her instruction, I will let you know.
Here is a good link to how https://trablogger.wordpress.com/2014/09/28/blur-is-beautiful-motion-blur/
Great pictures of motion on the water! One calm and one with speed that looks like flying 🙂
Thank you, Tiny! She was paddling slowly and the water was calm. The second one was geared for high speed. 🙂
Great shot and perfect for the title.
Thank you, Mary! Hope you had a great weekend. 🙂
Nice selections, Amy. Who wouldn’t want to be enjoying some time out on the water when you have the time? 🙂
Yep, gotta find time. 🙂 Thank you, Dragon. Sorry, I missed reading some of the comments here. 😕
great captures, Amy! 🙂
I didn’t know motion shots can be fun. Thank you, Lola! 🙂
Amy, you just can’t stay away from the water, huh? Moving Water Picture Perfect, as always.
Hard to stay away… How are you doing, Perpetua?
I really love the blur/soft focus effects in that first photo- so interesting – and nice wpc entry with the boat and kayak 🙂
Not much motion for the first one. Her slow movements was graceful. Thank you for liking it. 🙂
Super motion captures, Amy. 🙂
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