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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

My Favorite - Water Drops


Back from Hiatis -- I have had no time for blogging! I was out of town for Fathers Day, and then had some personal stuff to attend to, so I have slacked on blogging. In fact, even today I am playing catch up at work, so am posting a pic I took two weeks ago instead of newer pics from my trip to Central Oregon! But tomorrow I will try to do better :)

I will post one of my favorite things to photograph - water drops :) I am hoping these strawberry flowers will get enough SUN to form berries soon!

19 comments:

  1. the water droplets looks really neat in these photos! Nothing is better than fresh berries!

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  2. what is it about water drops that are so engaging?

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  3. Hi,

    Very beautiful pictures! Here in Quebec they say its the best year ever for strawberry crops. I think I grew 5 strawberries in my patch. I ate them all before the raccoons do.

    Anne-Marie

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  4. Water drops are always a wonder to shoot - well caught.

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  5. Terrific, beautiful shot! I love the water droplets, they're always beautiful and a wonder indeed! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  6. I like water drops on flowers or leaves too. If photograph it always comes out really pretty just like your photo. Thanks for sharing!


    ABC Wednesday~W

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  7. That really is a great photo, it's not easy getting a good shot of the water drops.

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  8. Well captured! My plants have no blossoms. Gosh it's been WET here and gray.

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  9. Welcome back and I love water drops too. This is a great shot. I hope your berries ripen beautifully.

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  10. Simply beautiful!

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  11. I like how the drops are hanaging to the underside of the top leaf.

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  12. strawberry blossoms
    nourished by raindrops, waiting
    patiently for sun

    River Running Wild

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  13. You captured the water droplets beautifully! I hope that the strawberry harvest is a big one!

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  14. Beautiful photo! Are these wild or your own strawberries? My dad grew them one season. He said it was more trouble than it was worth, for what we got! lol

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  15. This shot is just magnificent to be able to capture those water droplets so crisp and refreshing.

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  16. Ah, strawberry flowers! That brings back some memories! I used to earn pocket money by picking strawberries!

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  17. Short and sweet. I've just begun to experiment with waterdrops so love every chance I get to see other's perspectives. Nicely done.

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  18. Well, I'll bet you can't WAIT for those to turn into berries!

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  19. Very relaxing to watch... the dews are just awesome... you have taken it with a touch of realism... cheers!!!:D

    >kelvin

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