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Beautiful detail of water droplets on the plants! Love the colour of the second plant especially!
Beautiful. It may not be super macro but it looks absolutely fabulous.
gorgeous closeups. the droplets of water are beautiful.
Awes0me sh0ts! Y0u captured it beautifully! the stronger and the flexible
It must be a cool and fresh morning.
That looks so refreshing!
I love water shots, and these photos are just beautiful, Jo!
Beautiful....looks like either aloe or an agave plant [the first one]Here is my Watery LINK. Hope you can find time to visit with me today.
Love the water drops in the first photo. :)
The water droplets make the flowers so much more beautiful.
Wow those are poppin..fantastic shots!
Love to capture the water droplets. You did a great job!
Beautiful shots. I love water droplets.
just beautiful--especially the second one
The drizzle left watery magic for you to photograph!
Beautiful pictures as always. Actually today is the first day in a while that we haven't seen water droplets on everything. Finally a day without rain :)
lovely refreshing shots :)
These are gorgeous! We woke up to morning drizzle here in the desert. I was so surprised and dumbfounded, I forgot to take photos. :D
Beautiful pictures! I like the water on the cactus? .
I love your photos, but my favourite has to be the second capture!
The second picture is incredible ! Thank you for the effort and ability to show such Beauty.Please have a wonderful Thursday.daily athens
Amazing macros.The water drops make those succulents look more fresh and healthy.
I love your page, the write-ups speak much of you and I admire your philosophy in life and all. I love your photos so much. I'm a nature lover! Thank you for sharing it.
Oh, by the way, one of dreams is to be one of your blogging buddies and wishing you could add my blog at your link list. :)
Morning drizzle, reminds me of the chocolate drizzle on my whip cream frappuccino. Those are refreshing!
I really like the hardy petals on that flower in your 2nd flower.
Greyscale, thank you, I always enjoy those water dropletsCarmen, although it doesn't have the super macro, the macro is much better in comparison to the Olympus macro. ThanksLuna, thank you so much.Coffee veggie, thanks, they are all so hardy in nature.rainfield, it was actually very humid but grey that day.Daisy, it is very refreshing, thank you :)Thanks so much, Icy. It's always such a treat to see your water shots too.Hootin, thank you, I think it was an agave if I remember correctly. I'll come check you out.Lina, thank you so muchAutumn, I think so too. They give it a little more character.Sonja, I like that - poppin :)Janis Thanks so much.Gardening, thank you, I do as wellMarty, thank youEG, that's a good way of seeing it, magic, I like that - thanks so muchAnn, LOL! Here we see water droplets almost every morning due to fog. Then it normally clears up but you never know... Thanks.Leaves in bloom, thank youDiane :D You were too in shock to pickup the camera LOLKim, Yep, cactus. Thank you.Robert, you are too sweet, thank you and Happy Thursday to you as well.Eileen, thank you.MaiaT, they really do and thanks so muchFhaye, thanks for the kind words. I've been visiting your blog for literally years and have always loved it. You are included on my blogging buddy list, though I always thought you were already on there :) Thank you.Self, :D Ah that sounds so refreshing right now...Karen. They are very hardy and so resilient. Thank you.
Gorgeous water shots, and the cactus is fantastic!
great macro shots! love them
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