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Sunday, August 21, 2011

Artifical Dew

When conditions are dry like they are, so much so you don't even get any morning dew, go outside and turn on the water sprinklers for a few minutes.

 


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11 comments:

  1. Good Morning John,
    your photos are truly stunning and beautiful!!
    very nice - rain drops!!!
    greetings Synke

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  2. Beautiful!

    Yes, it's true, the water sprinkler or garden hose can give you some great water droplet pictures - but it's never quite the same as dew, is it? Somehow there is a difference!

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  3. Beautiful! Love the first one especially, the water droplets look like jewels! Wonderful.

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  4. the last shot is really cool looking, but that first one... ahhhh. diamonds...

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  5. what is that last shot - the leaf? nice color. and those drops are perfecto. nice ones in the web too. that lens is paying off big time John. happy Monday to you. oh...Macro Monday I mean.

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  6. All three shots are lovely. Thank you for the sprinkler tip, myself, I have used a spray bottle to add dew to the subject of several of my photographs.

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  7. Awesome shots. I love that first one on the webs!

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  8. Wonderful details of the water drops in these macro shots!

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  9. A spray bottle will also do the trick but leaves much tinier droplets... lovely images! (as for getting sidetracked on your blog (and the internet)... it is so easy to do on your blog because you pick so many different topics to feature with your photos and the information posted is enlightening)

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  10. What a terrific idea for water droplet shots!
    Thanks for coming by my dragonfly post and leaving a wonderful comment.
    Love the bird shots in your latest post!

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