Red Waterdrop Suspension

Coming home from Zion and the Wave, my heel hurt like heck. The doctor looked at the x-ray and said, “Hang up those hiking boots for a while, son.”

So, I’ve books to finish and a couple of interesting projects that are as much Photoshop as photography. But I miss my night hikes and the peace and freedom of the wilderness. How great to find these waterdrops in our garden of a Sunday morning. It’s important to remember that worlds of wonder can be tiny as well as vast, and near as well as far!

[200mm f/4 macro lens (300mm in 35mm terms), 36mm extension tube, Nikon 6T close-up filter, 3/10 of a second at f/45 and ISO 100, tripod mounted using a Kirk Mighty Low Boy.]

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