Raindrops






 

One of my very favourite things to do in the garden is to take macro photos of leaves when they have rain drops or dew on them. I captured these the other day.  The last one was taken with a flash as the day had drawn to a close. That's why it's a bit bright.

The excessive rain of the past week and a half is more or less finished.
I'm looking forward to some sun to dry out my container pots and give some nourishment to the sprouts that are emerging in the garden.
Linking with Our World Tuesday.

Happy May 🌱🌱🌱
Have an awesome week ahead.

18 comments:

  1. Hello, beautiful captures and images of the raindrops and your pretty. plant. Take care! Enjoy your day, have a happy new week ahead.

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  2. I love these … fabulous photographs.
    Wishing you a good week ahead.

    All the best Jan

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  3. Oh, I love to see the raindrops. They shine like diamonds in the sun. So wonderful that you thought to capture those!!! Glad you had some good rains. We need it desperately here. Our pond is really drying up and I'm afraid the waterbirds and other wildlife will go away if we don't get some water back in there. But God is in control, and I will just have to be patient and wait on the rains to come. They will come I am sure... Thank you for sharing this. I loved these photos. More of God's beauty.

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  4. I adore photos of droplets on leaves. These are especially beautiful. Nicely done, Penny!

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  5. I like seeing details in a photo that we can't see with the naked eye.

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  6. How pretty these photos are!! Love them.

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  7. I love raindrop shots. You got some good ones!

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  8. Beauiful photos!! Each drop of rain so precious and nourishing!! Water is not solid so its hard to photograph!! I'm impressed you were able to really get them in focus!!! And the little white flowers too are so sweet, thank you for these views into your garden!! Wishing you blessed days of May!!!Much love! ♡

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  9. Nice to meet you on the challenge Our World...

    ...thank you for sharing.

    Stay healthy.

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  10. Excellent; they have a distinct beauty which you have captured well.

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  11. We have just had too many raindrops recently, time it all dried out a bit. I have to agree though they make for great photos. Hope all is well Diane

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  12. Divine photos ~ ^_^

    Be Well,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  13. I love your raindrop photos. Wonderful.

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  14. I recently got a new macro lens and I'm having so much fun! I took such cool snowflake pictures and I am waiting for things to bloom here to get the flowers.

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  15. The raindrops on the grass reminded me of two quotes. 1. Let your life lightly dance on the edges of time like a dew on the tip of a leaf. (Tagore) 2. Life is no more than a dew drop balancing on the end of a blade of grass. (Buddha) Your raindrop photos are so fresh and lovely. Take care.

    Yoko

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  16. Very beautiful pictures of the Lilly of the valley !

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