Water. It is the element that carries the essence of life, the source upon which great civilisations have thrived while others have succumbed to its fury. It is the very prototype of the blue planet, gaining a huge wave of popularity as an essential photographic tool for no picture ever, is complete without a drop of water.
Unless you’re on Saturn, in which case a random mixture of gases will have to suffice.
That escalated quickly….
A body of water is that one aspect which enhances any photograph, merely by photobombing the surroundings. I mean, there might be structures standing the test of time but when combined with a body of H20, even a puddle of it, the structure seems to come alive and its glorious history tends to repeat itself. The only holdup in this is that there is a chance of dropping the camera in the said body of water but then, what are the jellyfish for? They can take a picture just fine.
So, without further ado, Imma show ya some photobombs by the blue element in pictures not taken by jellyfish. Probably.
Brownie points to the fair lady who built it up with iron bars. I’m beginning to think she was a mermaid.
I was about to write ‘The City of Townsville’ at the beginning of the caption.
Incidentally, we went scuba diving here.
Nariman Point is one of the most refreshing places in Mumbai. One can just sit by the sea and watch the skyline with the sea breeze adding that breezy tingling.
This picture may have been taken by the jellyfish as there were jellyfish in the water.
As Mulan once said, ‘When will my reflection show, who I am, inside.’