Interstitial, photo by Harold Davis. View this image larger.

I combined six different captures of these tiny water drops caught in a spider’s web to capture the range of light coming from behind the leaves that the web rested on. The effect reminds me of a Gustav Klimt painting.

Exposure data: 200mm f/4 macro lens, 66mm of combined extension tubes, six combined exposures at shutter speeds from 2 seconds to 15 seconds duration, f/32 and ISO 100, tripod mounted.

Recent water drop stories: Variegated Gladiolas; Papaver Drops; Water Drops category on Photoblog 2.0; my Water Drops set on Flickr.

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