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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Grassy Water Droplets


The dewy mornings make for a layer of water droplets on all the blades of grass. Lovely!


A thought to ponder: People are often confronted with the “grass is always greener” dilemma. In simplest terms, take a look at your problems compared to those of other people. Would you trade your problems for theirs? That’s what I thought… :) The grass is definitely not greener. It’s brown and wilted and in some spots it’s just cement.

16 comments:

Gwendolyn said...

This is a great perspective. I like the red in the background. Great detail. Thanks for sharing.

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Beautiful photo...

Lorac said...

Very neat! Love this closeup perspective of water.

Lois said...

That is a great picture. I feel like I am lying in the grass!

Mary said...

This is the best photograph I've seen today. I hope you are having a wonderful Outdoor Wednesday.

Anita said...

Great photo

Rosabela said...

Gorgeous.

Bonnie said...

Cool - you must have a macro lense - it is on my dream list..
Kammy

bchinn said...

I love this picture!

eileeninmd said...

What a lovley shot.

Jessica said...

That is a beautiful photo!!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

gorgeous photos. I truly love macros. Your site is quite enjoyable and I have signed up as a follower. i am glad you liked the day of the dead art on my site.

J Bar said...

That's amazing.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Small City Scenes said...

Spectacular. boy those beads really stand out. Excellent shot. MB

Ms. Bake-it said...

I love macro shots! They give you such a different perspective on things.

Thank you for sharing the picture and the thought to ponder.

~ Tracy

Carolyn Ford said...

I love the perspective here and the macro is fabulous! Beautiful photo!

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