The first dew drop - rotated, zoomed

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    "The First Dew Drop" photo, rotated 180 degrees and zoomed in.
    This is the tip of a lobelia leaf, and in the drop you can see some of the other plants in the planter box -- a snapdragon and an unknown one with lovely orange daisy-like flowers. Oh, and the corner of my house...

    rosy outlook photography, Drippy2009, and 20 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. cth825 59 months ago | reply

      the whole world in a drop! bravo!!!!!

      ~~Naturey Crap

    2. nate@82 (sorry - still very busy) 59 months ago | reply

      Stunning!! The refraction in the water drop is awesome!

      (Seen in Naturey Crap)

    3. spratmackrel 59 months ago | reply

      This is unreal! Looks like a beautiful paperweight.

    4. algo 59 months ago | reply

      That is a terrific water drop refraction. You and the camera have done well.
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    5. Charles Chi Zhang 59 months ago | reply

      It is just amazing. I usually look at big things and forgot about the macro world. You reminded me that beauty lives in simple and sometimes small things, you found one.

    6. PAL1970 59 months ago | reply

      Fantastic image, wonderfully seen and captured. Very nice work.
      I really like this one!

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    7. Heidelknips 58 months ago | reply

      this is a kind of crystal ball... intriguing! What did the prophesier say?

    8. wanobi79 58 months ago | reply

      Very amazing

    9. HonBless 58 months ago | reply

      This amazing shot is
      an outstanding example of...
      Refraction in Drops
      Refraction in Liquid Drops

    10. laurenabishop 58 months ago | reply

      Wow, this is wonderful! So much is reflected in this droplet!
      Amazing. I still need to take one of these... :)

    11. Blossom's mom 58 months ago | reply

      Stunning capture.
      This amazing shot is
      an outstanding example of...
      Refraction in Drops
      Refraction in Liquid Drops

    12. Rebeak 58 months ago | reply

      This amazing shot is
      an outstanding example of...
      Refraction in Drops
      Refraction in Liquid Drops

    13. MacroMarcie 58 months ago | reply

      wonderful clarity

      This amazing shot is
      an outstanding example of...
      Refraction in Drops
      Refraction in Liquid Drops

    14. goosie~gander (keeping in touch when I can) 56 months ago | reply

      soo good - such crisp deliniation between the edge of the drop and the background ! sweet!

    15. axiepics 53 months ago | reply

      it's excellent - well done! It's almost like one of those "snow" globes that you tip upside down :-)

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    17. Family Ghost 33 months ago | reply

      It makes me feel like a kid again when you'd look at the world with wondrous eyes and every day was a new day of discovery and adventure! Brilliant shot!!!

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