In brief: this photomacrograph is up close of the leaves of a flowering plant with water drops. It’s so close that if you look at the image larger you can see the hairs on the leaves.
A water world of the imagination, or mirror world as I’ve called them, this tiny universe, captured through photomacrography, seems to feature a central, very wet depot.
Here’s another water world, closer, seemingly more solid. What really makes me tingle about this second photomacrograph is the way the water magnifies portions of the leaf (for example, the hairs in the upper left quadrant).
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