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Mirror in raidrops-macro photography

Water drop reflections are so fascinating and not so easy to capture.
I can't stop taking raindrop macros, it's like a drug, you become addicted to it!
Gazania reflected
IF I would see someone else wasting so much time capturing them, I couldn't understand it.

This is my sweet gazania, growing in a pot.
Raindrop on flower petals

Raindrop macroThis is the reflection of the buildings across the street.
Landscape in reflection
Water drop mirror

8 comments:

Kathy said...

Spectacular!

DoanLegacy said...

Absolutely stunning water shots with reflections in them! I'm envied at your talent.

lisaschaos said...

VERY pretty! I love the little reflections offered in droplets. :)

Olga said...

Wow, awesome shots!

bfarr said...

Wonderful shots.

leavesnbloom said...

Maia - I honesty thought that you processed the photos in some way to achieve this effect as I've seen some tutorials on this - but I think these are naturally occuring reflections you have here.

I've not really tried to do much with raindrops in the garden...... yet! maybe once I get some free time I'll be able to have some fun with this. ;) Rosie

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

Gorgeous refractions! I cannot do these kinds of shots to save my life.

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

I don't suppose you would like to tell us how you did it. Was it a slow shutter speed. Hmmm.

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