I'm having so much fun looking at the world through the lens of my Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.
I will share my world of Rocklin, California and points North, South, East and West.
Come and enjoy with me.
Nice macro. The drops really look good to me. oldmanlincoln
les gouttes d'eau sur les feuilles, c'est magnifique, d'une douceur..bravo pour la photo macro The water drops on the leaves, it's beautiful, soft ... bravo for the macro picture
I love the details in the raindrops. One of natures fines decorative elements.
wonderful macro. beautiful dropshapes
Lovely, as always. :)
I just love raindrops on nature. Very nice indeed.
I do love the raindrops.... but that leaf is what I adore.... it is exquisite! The shape....the color..... so lovely!
I like how it looks also!
Hi! I've enjoyed catching up with your beautiful posts. We have had beautiful sunshine and frosty nights so I have added photos of frost-covered roses to my blog!
Lovely water drop photo. Guess you know but you can get a spay bottle and spray flowers ect then take your photo.Love your Q = quilt cover as well tis a good job there.
Sue, you and your camera captured a beautiful sight.rwvxq
As usual your photos are stunning. I love the quilt below.
Or, It Never Rains in California? It doesn't look like a horrible downpour, though. My kind of shot!!!
Sue, please write me. I have lost your new address. Thanks.
Rain drops are always good subject. Beautiful shot, Sue.
Nice shot. Makes me want to touch it, to feel the cool wet drops. Alas, no rain here for some time now. Getting very dryyyyy. Thanks for the wet moment.Wayne
isn't that a cute song., Sue....and I love Paul Newman doing his antics in that song..........lovely pic and nice to see you back :)
The way the drops are beaded - makes me think they have fallen on waxed leaves. It's a lovely shot, I can almost smell the rain.
Beautiful water drop photo!
The drops came out wonderfully.
Very delicate colors, leaves, drops.
Great macro!I often have troubles getting the sharp focus you do so well. Maybe I should reread the instructions?
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