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Have you ever looked under a poppy leaf on a damp, dewy morning? If not, you've missed some of what goes on in your garden.

This is just a damp poppy leaf and an Osteospermum flower.

Many more photos like this available in my Water Drops Set


The largest of these water drops are approximately 2mm in diameter, the majority are absolutely tiny microdroplets, each forming an almost perfect lens although the microscopic hairs on the poppy tend to degrade the refractions a little.

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Taken on June 7, 2009