The Photo Gallery: Extreme Close Up

The Photo Gallery: Extreme Close Up
Week 96


So here is my offering for The Gallery this week. An extreme close up of the morning dew. I love how big the droplets of water are on the thistle. It's not something you would normally look and and think, wow, that's beautiful. All too often the morning dew is merely brushed away lest our children get wet! Every time I look at this picture, I see something new. Just now I spotted the single drop of water on one leaf of the clover, perfectly placed in the middle of the leaf!

If you want to see the other entries in this week's Gallery, click on the image below.



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15 comments

  1. Green is the colour of Spring. Nice!

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  2. Really beautiful! I love the raindrops sitting in the leaf.

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    1. Thank you very much. Water is so beautiful!

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  3. I love water drops on foliage (as you have seen!)

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    1. Thank you. Your bee photo is amazing!

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  4. that is a lovely photo I love looking at the dem drops on the grass and cobwebs :)

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    1. Ooh yes, raindrops on a big cobweb look gorgeous.

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  5. Great idea for this weeks theme...Great photo :-)

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  6. Amazing, you're right that there is something new every time you look - it's a great photo.

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  7. I love this photo and you've convinced me (almost) to get up and out to catch the dew on time ..... don't hold your breath waiting :)
    Beautiful photo

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  8. I love the way the dew drops look like little bubbles on the spiky leaf!
    That ActuallyMummy joined you in to the Love All Blogs Photo Showcase which is how I found you!

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