Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Raindrop

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39 comments:

anymommy said...

Wow! That is one of the coolest pictures I've ever seen.

Yen said...

Beautiful capture! Macro rocks!:)

Mine's up HERE and HERE. Hope to see you there! Happy Wordless Wednesday!

catsynth said...

Great capture, the drop is very clear.

(I wish I could figure out how to use Macro properly).

Elizabeth Bonds said...

That is an amazing picture. It makes me feel so calm. I'd love to live in that water drop. hehe

Happy WW.

BTW -- I love the header on your blog. I envy your kitchen. hehe

Pamela said...

LOOOK! Whoville really does exist!

(beautiful shot. I'm jealous)

Stan said...

Really nice shot. I love the hidden detail revealed in closeups.

napaboaniya said...

It's a gorgeous site with the reflection of the sky on it :)

Kelley said...

You took that?

I bow to your awesomeness babe.

But then again, how could I be surprised at your awesomeness... :)

Dora said...

Wow! u have captured it at the right moment. Perfect shot!

Indrani said...

This is BEAUTIFUL!
Precious shot!

Gattina said...

Did you do this masterpiece ?? It is a wonderful picture !

Robin said...

Yes, it's mine, and without a macro lens. I used my zoom lens, got in as close as possible, and then cropped :).

Mar said...

Gorgeous shot!!!

Elizabeth Bonds said...

Thanks for the comment. I used to end up in the ER, but I was finally diagnosed with adult athsma, and I take a pill daily to be able to live with all my pets. I live symptom free thanks to it, so no more ER for me. hehe

dianne - bunny trails said...

Beautifully shot, Robin! It's so amazing to see the reflection in the raindrop. Like it's an entire little world in there. Very nice. :D

Cindy said...

That is such a great capture! The water drop with its' reflections is great!
My first WW post is Here

Genny said...

Robin,
I absolutely love this. I know it's a photograph, but something about it almost feels like it's moving...I guess it's that the water looks just about to drop. Very cool.

tjhirst said...

Brilliant eye. Shows so much in so little. Beautiful, Robin.

Phyllis Sommer said...

WOW! Robin, you have become quite a pro with that new camera of yours. That is amazing!!!!

Lauren said...

Robin that is an amazing photograph. You outdid yourself on this one.

Janet said...

um...ROFLMAO! It's certainly, er, beautiful...and that's all my dirty mind will allow me to say!

thrilled by the thought said...

That is GORGEOUS!

Jientje said...

This is not easy to do, yet it's christal clear! Gorgeous!

Mojo said...

You did this without a macro lens? That's impressive! And it's a very cool composition too!

Debateur said...

Wow what an amazing picture !

carrie said...

I love macro photography. That's a great shot.

Annie said...

This image leaves me breathless as I gaze into the mysterious reflection in this droplet of water.

Leora said...

Fabulous. It reminds me of a paradise flower.

Kaknu said...

That is really cool! Happy WW. ;-)

rmgales said...

What a beautiful picture. Thanks for stopping by my blog and entering my Bloggy Give Away. I usually visit you on WW.

Nap Warden said...

Talent my dear...that is a great pic!

Shannon said...

Robin, that is incredible! I think it make be one of the most amazing photos I have seen. The reflections in the droplet are truly awesome. Great work!

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

Damn, you're getting to be excellent, woman. That is an amazing picture; enter it in a show or something!

SandyCarlson said...

There is the world upside down!

Michelle O'Neil said...

Beautiful! The whole world in a single drop.

Gudrun from Uptake said...

great picture, love the light. Isn't WW great for getting your photos out there!

Happy belated WW!

Lis Garrett said...

Wow! I am impressed!

poppy fields said...

Great shot!

Amanda said...

I know this has been said already so many times, but FANTASTIC photo, Robin. Really, really beautiful.