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Sunday, August 21, 2016


tonight

Sunshine on raindrops created a curtain of
sparkling sequins for my kitchen window.
Lovely!



29 comments:

  1. Beautiful picture! What settings did you use on your camera?

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    1. I actually had my macro lens on, set on auto settings, which was what it was set on for something else I was doing today. I just made sure I focused on the raindrops on the glass and not the tree outside the window. Hope that helps!

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  2. Gosh that makes a wonderful photo, Betsy. And very poetically put . . :)

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    1. A galaxy of fragmented light splits into a million shades of every hue and strikes myriads of raindrops, countless and wonderful to rival the very stars in heaven.

      Looked again and just love the photo . . :)

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    2. Exactly....and wow, what a mouthful. haha. :)

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    3. verbal diarrhoea again . . . haha

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  3. Usually your kitties are my favorite but this is a wonderful shot. Love it.

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    1. Isn't it pretty? It was so dark and rainy and then that sun broke
      through just as it was setting. Glad I was in the kitchen to see it!

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  4. I have tried this in the past. I see all the colours in the raindrops, but when I take a picture the drops show up just clear. I make sure I focus on the drops, but to no avail. Your pictures are just magic, I'm jealous!

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    1. That has happened to me before, too. Sometimes it's the light I want to capture and
      it just doesn't translate in a photo. I think I got lucky this time.

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  5. Nice one. Photography is all about light.

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  6. Sure a great shot
    As each drop adds to the plot
    A colorful view
    Just for you

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    1. Just for me.
      Pretty things to see
      If you take time to look
      there at your nook.

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    2. All around
      they can be found

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  7. Love all the colours hiding behind the drops!

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  8. Oh that is beautiful! We are getting cold mornings and nihgts sunny days - true Indian summer and I love it 💛

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    1. Oh, I love Indian Summer! Ours usually comes in September. A little hint of fall!

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    1. It really was something to see ...the house had gotten dark since it was evening and raining...then this!
      So fun!

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  10. Spectacular shot, rainbows in the raindrops :)
    ~Jo

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  11. That is a great shot. We had rain much of this weekend.

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  12. No rain here...your gardens are in heaven!
    Enjoy your week...
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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