I love the water and live near a couple small lakes, so of course water is one of my favorite subjects. The distortions water creates, ranging from almost indistinguishable from reality to utterly abstract, never cease to amaze me.
My hope is here to have a pool of water reflecting or refracting colors, with almost nothing besides water's uniquely distorted view of the world showing---thus the name water colors. This is a blantant rip off of my fave flickr group: www.flickr.com/groups/96026910@N00/pool . It isn't busy. It isn't loud. But it is gorgeous. Check it out.
-- try to keep water as the main subject of the photo. By this I mean that water should be almost the only thing you see. It can be either reflection or refracting (seeing something thru water).
-- no water droplet shots.
-- No more sunsets or sunrises unless it ithe photo is 100% water. Blue sky reflections should be close to 100% water, too.
-- do not just drop and run. Please take the time to at least look at others' work. Afterall, isn't that what you would like others to do?!?