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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


Kathy said...


DoanLegacy said...

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

Unknown said...

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

Olga Poltava said...

Wow, awesome shots!

Chattahoochee Valley Daily said...

Wonderful shots.

Rosie Nixon Fluerty 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

Anonymous 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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