Humor, Photography, Wordless Wednesday Wordless Wednesday: Get Your Feet Wet. Frame by Frame. February 25, 2015 Tiny 40 Comments Get your feet wet…and explore the world, even your own backyard. Get your feet wet…and get out of your comfort zone. Get your feet wet…and shake away your fears. Get your feet wet…and don’t back off when challenges roll your way. Get your feet wet…and pursue your adventure, even if your hair stands up. Get your feet wet…and drink from the source of all wisdom. …and then go where your heart calls you to go. Get your feet wet. Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrPinterestPrintEmailLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
40 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Get Your Feet Wet. Frame by Frame.”
Wonderful photos and the captions are profound!
Happy you enjoyed their story, Julie!
These are awesome photos of fabulous subjects!
The subjects are certainly quite fabulous. Thanks Cindy!
Fantastic shots, Tiny! I love the last one, it’s like she is wearing a white gown. 🙂
She was eye-catching sitting there in shallow water all by herself. Maybe waiting for her groom 🙂
I’m in LOVE – the fluffy white in the last photo is simply DIVINE! 🙂
Thanks Joanne. She caught my attention one day last week. It was very windy and cool (cold for us) and I thought she might have been seeking some warmth in the water which was much warmer than the air.
Wonderful shots and captions. Thanks, Tiny.
You’re welcome Nancy – and thank you for your kind comment. These feathered friends tend to make me reflect on life 🙂
Such wise words my friend. The pictures capture the words so well, or is it vice versa? ❤
Thanks my friend! The birds gave me the captions, as usual 😀
Great advice from our saltmarsh sages!!
They are quite something, aren’t they 🙂
I love it! And the photos are perfect too!
Thanks Kathy! Happy you enjoyed the little suggestions by the birds 🙂
I love this series, and message urging us to get out of our comfort zones 🙂 Nature presents us with many important lessons, and you capture the moments perfectly. Thank you!
Thank you kindly, Takami! I think that if we want to learn new things and widen our horizons we’ll need to get out of our comfort zone…that’s what I experienced starting to take photos 🙂
SUPER! Gruß Alois
Beautiful inspiration, Tiny. 🙂
Thanks Celestine 🙂
Happy you liked them, Elena.
Beautiful photos Tiny! 🙂
Thanks H.J. Our friends in the salt marsh are quite spectacular 🙂
Wow, such deep wisdom in the shallows! LOVED this post, and the photos are amazing and inspirational!!
The birds and I are happy you liked our joint musing, Amy. Have a great weekend!
Yes indeed, there might be wet feet involved in anything that’s worth doing! Beautiful photos, and definitely some valuable life lessons here too. 🙂
Thank you Meg! I’ve discovered that too…Have a wonderful weekend!
Way cool, Tiny!!! Truly LOVED your images, and I tried to figure out how you got the “comfort zone” sign in your image that I saw. Really? And all you said here, much needed by this woman to hear. Bless you, my friend. I really want to feel confident again … getting there. I have been deeply shaken due to my Dad. I really really thank you for this post! (((HUGS))) Amy
Amy dear, you are the only one mentioning noticing the sign in the Blue Heron’s hiding place!!! Wow! I used several editing tricks (Powerpoint to make the sign, the Photoshop to blur it and then clone the branch and the stick back in front of it) to get it in there, it even hangs on a stick 🙂 I’m happy you got some encouragement from the words! You have all the confidence, and I’m sure you’ll feel it fully soon again!
You outdid yourself, Tiny, because it really looks like it belongs there … the sign that is. As for the confidence, yes with friends like you, how can I go wrong? (((HUGS))) Amy
More hugs 🙂
Great photos and the best advice!
Thank you! I wish you a wonderful weekend!
Love that opening shot ~ like a fluffy piece of down floating in the water 🙂 Great captions, and had to love the words ~ “Get your feet wet…and drink from the source of all wisdom.”
Happy you liked the floating piece of down 🙂 She was motionless and seemed to love just sitting there, like in a spa. Photographing birds in particular, always gives me associations to the human life. Cheers to the mysteries and wisdom of nature~