Raindrops - macro

My favorite season is sunshine but we don't have part of it these last days.
Dark gray clouds cover the sky and it is raining all the time.
No landscape shooting in this weather, but still raindrops can be a beautiful photo subject.
Here is one of my raindrop macro.
Raindrops-macro photo
And here is a last wet autumn rose:
Last autumn rose
And as you are here, you might also like to see some more beautiful roses with raindrops.

10 comments:

Tricia said...

Incredibly beautiful raindrop macro & it's so clear - Very nice!

Thanks so much for following my blog - Much appreciated!

Susanne49 said...

Thank you for the kind comment on my blog. I'm happy you liked the photos I make - and the quotes, but they are not from me...LOL... :)

The water effect is nice and very inspiring! How you do that?

Susanne

Janie said...

Fantastic detail! These are really great shots.

Eve said...

Those are both so pretty!! I especially love the reflection shining so brightly in the raindrop!

Michael said...

Looks like there is a whole world in that raindrop.

SquirrelQueen said...

Beautiful macros, the reflections in the first shot are wonderful. The rose is so pretty.

The Write Girl said...

I love your watery wednesday photos...those raindrops are stunning. Thanks for sharing.

catcent said...

Tout simplement magnifique, Bye Maia

Linnea W said...

Wow! Such clarity and detail. I love the perspective you shot the pink rose from...great ripple effect on the water. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

Welcome to Bev's Pink Saturday! Your Pink Petaled beauties are just Perfect for your first Post!!! Gorgeous photography! Have a great Pink Saturday and a beautiful weekend! (Come visit when you have a moment!) Coralie

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