Tuesday, 28 January 2014

...raindrops...





















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take care



16 comments:

  1. Yes please John :) super series of abstracts here.

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  2. There are a lot of raindrops about at the moment. Yours are just beautiful.

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  3. Like jewels, almost. Super collection of photos.

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  4. They make me think of seashells- metallic seashells.

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  5. Very unique. Well spotted ;) John. Now send some of that stuff to parched California.

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  6. And no two are alike - it just looks that way. Well done!

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  7. A chorus of dancing dewdrops -- barbara

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  8. Wow these are nice John. like mercury or jewels. Your mind is still challenging all boundaries for all things I see...even the capabilities of your camera. These are pretty inspiring to me. I never know what will go on over here. I like it. Nice.

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  9. Golden raindrops ! very creative John .... I'd really love to see some raindrops over here.

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  10. How nice and creative! Without the title, I wouldn’t have understood what they were. These dancing raindrops look like metal art seashells or leaves.

    Yoko

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  11. Quite beautiful, a new way of seeing the world. Love this.

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  12. Unexpected beauty. Your windows look cleaner than mine!

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  13. "Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens!"
    Strange what shapes things make, your windows are obviously kept very clean! The only marks on mine are the 'shadows' of Wood Pigeons!
    J
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  14. You must have had great fun photographing these.
    John, you must have very few Australian blogs you follow if you have seen no clouds lately seeing as the N/E of our country is so covered by clouds that hardly anything else is visible. There is a cyclone raging, combined with a king tide, and extensive flooding. Our land is mainly drought or floods, feast or famine . . .

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  15. Great close ups!

    Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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