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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Grassy Water Droplets


The dewy mornings make for a layer of water droplets on all the blades of grass. Lovely!


A thought to ponder: People are often confronted with the “grass is always greener” dilemma. In simplest terms, take a look at your problems compared to those of other people. Would you trade your problems for theirs? That’s what I thought… :) The grass is definitely not greener. It’s brown and wilted and in some spots it’s just cement.

16 comments:

  1. This is a great perspective. I like the red in the background. Great detail. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Very neat! Love this closeup perspective of water.

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  3. That is a great picture. I feel like I am lying in the grass!

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  4. This is the best photograph I've seen today. I hope you are having a wonderful Outdoor Wednesday.

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  5. Cool - you must have a macro lense - it is on my dream list..
    Kammy

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  6. I love this picture!

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  7. What a lovley shot.

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  8. That is a beautiful photo!!

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  9. gorgeous photos. I truly love macros. Your site is quite enjoyable and I have signed up as a follower. i am glad you liked the day of the dead art on my site.

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  10. Spectacular. boy those beads really stand out. Excellent shot. MB

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  11. I love macro shots! They give you such a different perspective on things.

    Thank you for sharing the picture and the thought to ponder.

    ~ Tracy

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  12. I love the perspective here and the macro is fabulous! Beautiful photo!

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