22/06/2016

Little Raindrops




With the wetter weather we've been having this week there has undoubtedly been rain, and it's been quite nice to have a bit of the pressure relieved with the rain that followed but what I really loved was the way these droplets caught on the leaves of the stonecrop growing outside. There's something nice and relaxing about looking at these photos. 

I'm linking up with Sue for Wordless Wednesday today.


Have a lovely day!

Tasha
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14 comments:

  1. So pretty, there's something magical about seeing things that are, normally so small, enlarged. It looks like a little biosphere, containing it's own little eco system

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  2. Truly one of Mother Nature's jewels. I love how you have captured these rain drops.

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  3. It looks like a snowstorm glass thing!

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  4. Good clarity of the water drops. Looks like a challenging shot.

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  5. I don't know, they look like BIG raindrops to me!! Very clear and pretty!x

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  6. Lovely raindrops!
    Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/06/drip-drip-drip.html

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  7. Wow, love the way you have captured these raindrops!

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  8. We dreary and rainy too. Bring on the sun, I say!

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  9. wow, that is such a stunning shot of it. love ur photography.
    New post on my blog . Do drop by soon <3
    ✿thefashionflite

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  10. Lovely. They look like little paperweights!

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  11. I love looking at all the plants after a good rainstorm. The droplets are so pretty!

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  12. This is amazing! I have a thing for nature photography! I love these!
    Jade xo

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  13. Ahh, raindrops, I hardly ever go out after it rains to take photos of the raindrops. I should do that more often.

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