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…
Wonderment in the Every Day
Finding wonderment in the every day.
Moments of Solitude
Being an extreme introvert, moments of solitude and alone time are a must for me. It is probably of the main reason that I enjoy early morning hikes while photographing in the quietness of the day. Lens-Artists Photography Challenge #238 – Alone Time
Beauty in the Mundane
On a quest to find beauty in the mundane or everyday things that are all around us. What caught your eye today? Ragtag Daily Prompt – Quest
Raindrops on Petals
Day 13 of 365 Raindrops on petals of a yellow daisy . . . Actually, not raindrops but drops of water from my faucet. Yes, I’ve been experimenting with flash in my basement once more. Flower of the Day
A Peachy Rose
Monochrome Monday and Macro Monday In the Garden – Raindrops on a peachy rose at Chicago’s Garfield Conservatory. Flower of the Day
Tiny and Tinier
Macro Monday Tiny and tinier raindrops. This image was captured on November 1 as well as two other pics on a previous post “Drip Drop.” Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Caramel Color
Don’t You Breathe!
That is what I tell myself when I come upon a scene of lots of tiny dewdrops and raindrops. “Don’t You Breathe!” The slightest little breeze or bump will cause them to fall to the ground. Sometimes, I’ve even gotten way too close with my camera and bumped them with my lens hood. Ugh! These…
Drip Drop Wordless Wednesday Cee’s Midweek Madness – Macro
Beauty in Simplicity
Water drops on an orchid, captured at the Chicago Botanic Garden Orchid Show earlier this year.