Wednesday, October 8

Can't resist a raindrop




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  1. Gorgeous photos Sue. Plenty of raindrops around..

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  2. Lovely photos, I like seeing raindrops on cobwebs or better still a touch of frost.

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    1. Yes frosted webs look lovely, jo but I would prefer nt to have any frost just yet.

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  3. Lovely photos. You'll have had plenty of raindrops to choose from over the last couple of days.

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  4. Wonderful photos Sue. Plenty more rain on the way I think.

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    1. Yes it was very wet yesterday, CJ

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  5. Lovely photos. I love the look of raindrops too.

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    1. I love how reflections are turned upside down in a raindrop, Daphne

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  6. So we don't need to ask what your weather is like today!

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    1. The photos were taken Tuesday, Mark but yesterday too.

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  7. Great photos.. certainly been plenty of raindrops around!

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    1. There are Julie. A few years ago I took a lovely photo where the scene behind the raindrop was reflected inside upside down. Since then I have been on the lookout for another one with scene inside

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  8. How beautiful, they are all lovely, especially the web ones.xxx

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  9. Brilliant photography!

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  10. Oh my - such beauty in a little drop of water

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    1. It's all therein the simple things, Elaine.

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  11. Raindrops captured beautifully. I particularly like the web photo, not only do they look pretty covered with rain or dew, but you also know where they are! ;)

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    1. I wonder whether the spiders are as impressed.

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  12. sorry to see these pictures late Sue I have been checking the Hubble telescope images to see if you were lying down when you took them, the results were too blurred so I have to say they are wonderful but unconfirmed raindrop pictures.

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    1. Slightly crouched, David - too wet to lie down. Still after the elusive reflection

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  13. These raindrops look like small mirrors, reflect other subjects. Great photos, Sue!

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    1. They do Nadezda but the reflect things behind them rather than in front.

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  14. These are works of art! Quite lovely:)

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    1. Nature's very own studio sweffling

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  15. Rain drop photos are always great, always interesting!

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  16. Simply wonderful photos Sue...I really need to get out and start playing again!!

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