Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Drippy Daffodils

...or "Damp Daffs" for our British friends.
    Here is how to have fun on a rainy day with magnifying filters...
                                 ...concentrate on the rain drops
    ...wait until you gain focus

                                ...and remember a rug to sit upon! 
     Narcissus 'Jenny' in the Driveway Garden this week.

10 comments:

  1. Wow, beautiful picture! I love the close-up of a raindrop with the reflection in it. I guess I need to learn about magnifying filters next :). You did a great job with them.

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  2. absolutely gorgeous and I will need the rug or something...brilliant idea although my neighbors already think I am crazy laying on the ground in dry weather..this will put them over the edge to see me sitting in the rain to take pictures...

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  3. Superb photos! I love to take photos after the rain, with water droplets on them make them looking so fresh!

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  4. Even though the rain ruins some blooms, raindrops are so pretty in pictures. Lovely.

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  5. Beautiful photos. Please send us some rain !!! The UK has had a drought for over a month now and the flowers are fading too fast.

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  6. Lovely pictures, Julie:)
    I was out just a few weeks ago taking pictures (or attempting to) of rain drops on plants.
    ~Olivia

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  7. Julie, I love the raindrops! They're like little gazing balls! I never thought to focus on them. Hope you dry out a little, soon. We're having record snowfall and rainfall here in Utah. We will be facing a lot of flooding when the weather finally warms up.

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  8. Your beautiful photos prove that things can be beautiful even in the rain.

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  9. It is great that you took some time to experiment with your camera--something I need to do. Water drops are beautiful.

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