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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Water Droplets


Water takes whatever shape, and reflects everything it sees. It is crystal clear, yet so colorful. We are gifted.

But we must first immune to the temptation of our bed in the morning, during which sun always shines like a gentleman. Vaccines are not mandatory, because willingness is free. Exploring Nature requires eyes and time that everyone of us seems to have, but always finds lacking. Spectacles would not help, the eyes of a child will do, though those cannot be transplanted. Our time looks like a piece of cake, how much of it has be allocated to Nature?


We are not yet ready to accept the gift by having all these. We need something called Luck. We may brush past and miss the droplets since they would never stop us, or we may wander into a wrong path and end up busy talking to only trees and critters.


We can then relax and enjoy finally as water droplets reflect whatever they see. If someone happens to see something ugly or bad inside, that is not a problem at all. Sun will help to erase it, and undo is impossible, even with the most powerful software. 


How kind Nature has offered these to us.
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31 comments:

AVCr8teur said...

The droplets look like shiny jewels implanted randomly on the web.

TexWisGirl said...

i love your nature's jewelry. beautiful gems you shared. :)

Giga said...

To radość oglądać w naturze takie "diamenty". Cudowne zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam. *** It's fun to watch in the nature of such "diamonds". Wonderful pictures. Yours.

eileeninmd said...

Lovely captures, just like jewels. Thanks for sharing your nature!

Steve E said...

I sponsor a photographer (newly sober guy), asked him how he poses such awesome shots in nature. He told me he cannot plan it. Just go for a nice hike--and the scenes are placed wherever he looks.

At first I would say, What a BEAUTIFUL country, exciting and diversified (but the whole world is that--grin! Next though, I thought, it takes a VERY talented Peep, who works hard at your craft, to bring these visions of your world to us.

I am an appreciative peep.
PEACE!
PEACE!

Ann said...

did you find someone's ear-ring, one she dropped in the forest like I drop things? (it really looks like ear ring.)

I felt quite stupid that day. My son asked, why you didn't tell the surf guard to ask everyone to look for u. The wave was so big. My water engineer husband said once it dropped, it was already washed so far away.

Sayang, quite a good pair. Better the glasses than me getting drown.

Ratty said...

I often wish I was patient enough to stop and observe water drops. I'll try to follow your example as well as I can next time to do it.

Cher said...

oh my dewels!

Angie said...

Ohhh....fabulous pictures of droplets.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Amazing macros. Yes, we must be quick to capture them! :)

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Artful photography !

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Wow look like a necklace pendant.

Icy BC said...

My jaw dropped as I saw your water droplets! They are completely and utterly gorgeous.

I have to disagree, however, with the part about "shines like gentlemen"! Point me to one :-)

Reena Walkling said...

Wonderful macro shots ... jewels of the air!

George said...

These are marvelous pictures of the water droplets. All of them are beautiful, as is your philosophy. Thanks for sharing both with us.

Filip Demuinck said...

Super picturtes with the rain drops.

Greetings,
Filip

Sharkbytes said...

Those photos are unbelievable. Really outstanding.

betchai said...

gee, they look like expensive pieces of jewelry, Rainfield, they are truly outstanding.

Salitype said...

Love all the photos, my favorite is the last one !

Chay

Malar said...

Beautiful jewels given by nature!

Regina said...

How beautiful!

Happy weekend.

Bengts fotoblogg said...

Great shots, look like jewels.

Frieda said...

Fantastic pictures of all these droplets. And your thoughts on them are beautiful and unique.
Here everything is frozen right now, so there are only ice crystals for me...

Lrong said...

You really have an eye for these 'structures'... I need to learn from you to be more observant...:)

kumittyi said...

What beautiful droplets!!
They are so mysterious and pure,I think.And the power of Sun is extreamly strong and tough.
Thank you very much for the wonderful pics.

Amin said...

Wonderful photos!

Grass said...

The 1st image that resembles a necklace is wonderful.

Unfortunately human beings always feel that free things are not valuable...:-)

Ann said...

my daughter is 27, don't call her darling anymore.

Jana said...

fantastic shots!

Harshi said...

Absolutely amazing set of pics!

⊱↫PreciousKD↬⊰ said...

You must have a magical camera, or at least one of those extremely expensive lens to capture such outstanding images!

They are incredible!