Sunday, 5 April 2009

Droplets

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  1. i like that this picture feels cool and calm and serene.

    lovely :)

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  2. Thanks AWIP. Maybe it's the blue...meant to be a calming colour.

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  3. Ooooh, almost too sweet! Beautiful stuff.

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  4. Thanks chrome. It was a little breezy so I had to stand there for a while waiting for them to be still.

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  5. FL - That is the sort of picture that could be blown up for a wall hanging. subtle colours and details that make your eye keep moving around the picture. Did you use macro mode for that one?

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  6. Ahhh, we had wondered what that wet stuff falling from the sky was at first...then genetic memory kicked in ;)
    Love the pic :)

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  7. Beautiful perfect photo! Love it!!

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  8. Hi db. Thanks. Maybe I will get it on my wall eventually...when I get around to it! I did use macro mode for it.

    Hi Jayne. Yep, rain! I got caught out in it but didn't mind too much. I let the sunny morning fool me.

    Thank you, Naturegirl!

    Does anyone know what sort of flower it is? I've seen a lot of them around where I live - it's a sort of creepy/hedgey plant with lots of little blue flowers - about the size of a 50c piece (for Aussies). Abbeysmum would know...where are youoooo!

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  9. Oh wow ... how have I missed this blog?? I have always loved the photos you post on Gleeful ... and these are just wonderful, as well! Gonna have to follow this blog, too!

    I love this picture ... when we are out hiking, we seem to always take pictures of rain ... dripping from leaves or flowers ... caught in spider webs ... lovely, lush rain!

    Thank you for sharing!

    Small Footprints
    http://reducefootprints.blogspot.com

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  10. I am going to guess it is a CLEMATIS. But hey that is a guess.

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