One Word Sunday: Wet

Debbie’s ‘One Word Sunday Challenge’ is Wet and who hasn’t got some photos featuring water?

Here is where I would really like to be at the moment, in Umhlanga sitting on a bench looking out at the Indian Ocean.

Here in Florida, there are many birds who enjoy getting wet, like Mr Peli.

Last spring we spotted a few wet baby alligators enjoying a swim.

If you want to see a serious amount of wetness, then go to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. Although it’s neither the widest nor highest waterfall in the world, it still happens to be the world’s largest sheet of falling water, and you can’t get much wetter than that.

 

Hope you’re all having a great Sunday.

To join in Debbie’s ‘One Word Sunday Challenge‘, just click the link.

 

 

 

59 comments on “One Word Sunday: Wet

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  2. Umhlanga is a lovely place … my memory is 10 days of sunshine😎 & Victoria Falls is absolutely stunning … I must admit the times we have been there the rain has been bucketing down! Hope we will be able to go back one day Sylvia… all these places waiting for a visit.

  3. I would love to be sitting on the beach with you, Sylvia. And the baby alligators are so cute. Several years ago, my son decided to learn the Mbira and took lessons from a young man from Zimbabwe. It is a lovely sound. I love being near water… you have inspired me today, yet again!🤗🤗🤗💧💧💧

    • That would be so delightful. I can almost hear the waves crashing onto the rocks. My grandson had one of those ‘thumb pianos’ but I don’t think he ever learned how to play it properly. I’m sure there’s an art to it.
      Baby alligators are very cute to see but their mother was very close by, so I wasn’t tempted to cuddle one. 🤣 🤗🤗🤗

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