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What can I say in defense of me pinning so many photos of raindrops against a blue background? I must really love blue, but blue ranks on my color hit parade.beat out by second place pink and first place purple.

Three dewdrop refractions by Lord V, via Flickr  ::::: ❥

Natural light refraction from dewdrops, photograph by Lord V [Brian Valentine]. I am so intrigued by photographs of drew drops reflecting nature. Need to practice my photography more.

Wow! Wish I could take photography like that...

If you believe that waves, waterscapes, and waterfalls pretty well use up all the opportunities that water provides for picture-taking, think again. Here are seven more photography tips with water—remedies for the photo doldrums!


I really love macro photography and how it can put things into different perspectives or show more details that are usually overseen or ignored. I like the idea of movement that shows more details than what would originally meet the eye.

Dreading the walk to the barn in the cold rain..  but rain + barns = quiet time.

I love this picture. It's the sweetest memory I have of a rain storm in farm country. Looking out the window, watching the rain pour, hearing it on the roof and knowing your safe and dry inside. It's my favorite feeling of comfort.

“They fell like slaughtered birds and the woman stood below, like a small girl, among the bodies(Bradbury 37).”  Excerpt From: Ray Bradbury. “Fahrenheit 451.”

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Dandelion seeds floating in the breeze:):) Reminds me of that perfect summer day where the sun is out and everything is delightful.

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