Wednesday, December 19

Raindrops that stay on my sage and long grasses






I guess for once I qualify for Wordless Wednesday
and Jennifer's Wordless Wednesday here


Copyright: Original post from Our Plot at Green Lane Allotments http://glallotments.blogspot.co.uk/ author S Garrett

26 comments:

  1. Wow! Amazing photos, Sue. Cue for a lesson on Surface Tension?

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    1. No lessons today Mark - I've gone Wordless!

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  2. That first photo looks a bit like a tongue. Great photos.

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    1. I'm so busted, Jo! It really was me after sucking a green mint! Seriously though I thought the same just a poorly tongue.

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  3. WOW! the pictures looks awesome! nice shot you've got there..:)

    Happy Wordless Wednesday! My entry is here , thank you. - Rebecca -

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    1. Thanks Rebecca - I'll take a look

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  4. I love the scaly looking second picture and the last one with the large water droplets.You can see why people imagine (wrongly) that they act like a lens!
    I am also finding my most popular posts are the ones where I have little to say. Think there must be a moral somewhere!

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    1. I have a photo of a raindrop that has the view through it that has been turned upside down, Roger.

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  5. The drops are so fine and beautiful!

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  6. Fantastic photos Sue! I often find that camera-shake spoils the close up zoom pictures I try to take, can you share how you prevent it?! Thanks Jill

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    1. I don't do anything special, Jill - just try to keep still. I use my small Lumix DMC-ZS3 for close-ups as it has a macro and macro zoom setting which my FZ100 doesn't have. A pity as when you buy a better camera you at least expect it to do everything a simpler one did as well. I think the camera itself has an image stabilization feature that helps eliminate camera shake. So basically it isn't anything I'm doing other than trying ti stay as still as I can.

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  7. These are so unbelievably cool! Wow!

    Please join me at Wordless Wednesday Bloggers at www.wordlesswednesdaybloggers.blogspot.com and share your photo.

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    1. I have done Jennifer and given you a mention - I didn't realise there was more that one Wordless Wednesday list!

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  8. I always think that sage with water on it looks like a giant tongue.

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    1. It really does doesn't it Liz? But belonging to something inhuman

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  9. Such an amazing photos! Merry Christmas to you!

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  10. Love the play on words - great shots

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    1. You noticed Elaine - gold star!

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  11. Really beautiful raindrop photos. Probably the best I've seen. They'd make a great calendar.

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    1. I've thought about making a calendar, Kelli - I've done it in the past but already have one bought as a gift this year.

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  12. Really like your photographs and the close up of the rain drops is amazing.

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  13. Fantastic photos Sue..I really need to get out more with the camera!

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    1. My camera is a part of me I feel lost without it Tanya

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