Water of Life

This is one of my favorite of the water drop series I’ve been working on lately.

Taken at sunrise in my garden with a tripod, a long lens, and macro contraption, kids wailing up a storm and tripping over me, on my belly with my clothes wet from the wet grass, happy and lucky–to get total stillness for a second so I could take this photo!

This entry was posted in Bemusements, Flowers, Photography, Water Drops.

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