I’ve been busy. This semester is shaping up to be brutal. I blame the science.
Today, I spent a great deal of time trying to differentiate between unconformity, disconformity, angular unconformity, and nonconformity as they pertain to the calculation of geologic time.
I know, right.
I suffered a complete brain short.
So, I went outside.
Do you know what I found?
12 thoughts on “Water droplets”
Sorry to be so effusive, but those are spectacular shots!
Very fine work, Peggy. I am always drawn to water droplet shots, although they have to be natural. No pesky misters!
Thanks, Mike. I agree – natural is best. Though, I have to admit, I’ve been known to go out with the camera right after the sprinkler finished its cycle in order to catch a few sparkling in the sunlight.
I think that’s passable 🙂 It’s deliberately misting something for a shot that is tantamount to fakery.
I agree. The magic is lost.
gosh I love water droplets….
I do, too. What is it about them that is so alluring?
Those are amazing, totally wonderful. Thanks for sharing them. 🙂
Thanks, Julie. Glad you like them.
This is a breath of fresh air. Thanks you.