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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:

Carly said...

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

Roger Owen Green said...

what is it about water drops that are so engaging?

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

A 2 Z said...

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

RuneE said...

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

Sylvia K said...

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

Sylvia

Manang Kim said...

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

Cindy said...

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

Tumblewords: said...

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

photowannabe said...

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

Gwyn said...

Simply beautiful!

Gayle said...

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

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

strawberry blossoms
nourished by raindrops, waiting
patiently for sun

River Running Wild

Linnea W said...

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

JoJo said...

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

Poetic Shutterbug said...

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

jay said...

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

Cheryl said...

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

Paula Scott said...

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

WINDOWLAD said...

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

>kelvin