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Lovely naiad Nichola emerging from the murky depths of her Glenbrook Creek domain.

The first of these to be offered as a print.
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:iconmci87:
McI87 Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2006
Is she a nymph?
:D
Nice work
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:iconwildplaces:
wildplaces Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2006
She's a water nymph. . . Thanks.
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:iconkelseytroberg:
KelseyTroberg Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006  Professional Photographer
I really like the ripples.
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:iconwildplaces:
wildplaces Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006
Oh - that was 'ripples'. . . Yes indeed. Thanks.
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:iconkelseytroberg:
KelseyTroberg Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2006  Professional Photographer
What did I say?
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:iconsilecia:
Silecia Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006
this place must be awesome - i like those rocks behing her - this really looks like place where naiads live =)
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:iconwildplaces:
wildplaces Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006
Thank you. It's quite a climb to get down there.
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:iconbittersweetdreams:
bittersweetdreams Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006
I love the rock which is isolated in the waters, towards the far left. There's a real personality in its face. I keep thinking of our conversation about the sun in these pics. LOL, now I'm just pretending to not pay strict attention. She is just so elegant and beautiful in the way she moves, isn't she? At times this is an erotic faerie tale and at times it's almost so innoccent and fragile it seems as though eyes will damage it by looking in. Stunning.

Oh, I've also directed a friend of mine to your gallery here. I couldn't find the link I had for your web site. She's a fellow Aussie. Had many nice things to say about your shots of Byron Bay. It turns out her father who recently passed used to drive the family there a lot, so it brought back memories for her. I also gave her strict instructions to respect your gallery. :)
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:iconwildplaces:
wildplaces Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006
Thanks so much for that, Jason. . . Your words, as always, are so encouraging.
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:iconbittersweetdreams:
bittersweetdreams Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006
Thank you for sharing the images.
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:iconwildplaces:
wildplaces Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006
It's a great pleasure to be able to do so.
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:icondavincipoppalag:
davincipoppalag Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
Very very beautiful!
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:iconwildplaces:
wildplaces Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006
Thanks David.
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:icondavincipoppalag:
davincipoppalag Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
yw!
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:icontiberius47:
Tiberius47 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
That rock spire in the background coming up out of the water is incredible! Get her to sit or lay on the little rock in front, and take a few featuring Nichola's Spire as a backdrop.

*petitions the Landsurvey people to label that rock as "Nichola's Spire" on all future Topo maps of Glenbrook.*
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:iconwildplaces:
wildplaces Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006
It is a great rock. . . This spot is about 100 metres upstream of the Blue Pool. You can see part of beyond the rock. . . It's a pity the rock is too sheer to climb. I did have Nichola sit and lie on that rock in front - but I photographed her from the left of the photograph.
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:iconmiluta:
miluta Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006  Professional Photographer
nice work:wave:
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:iconwildplaces:
wildplaces Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2006
Thanks very much.
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