Fragile and minuscule dewdrops, holding on for as long as possible before a breeze tossed them down to the ground. When I come across this type of scene, I quickly grab my camera and then find myself holding my breath as I focus and whisper, “Hold on a few seconds longer, please. Just try to hang on until I click a few more frames.” Then, comes a sigh of relief and hope of getting at least one decent shot out of many. Happily, the payback on this certain morning resulted in a few usable pics. A couple of them have been used in previous posts.
These drops of dew happened to be posing along the Great Marsh Trail at the Indiana Dunes National Park.
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