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Wednesday’s Photos

The Magic of Water Droplets

We find much beauty in water droplets. After the rain we discover these brilliant jewels clinging to leaves or hanging precariously from cedar and fir branches. They often reflect in their tiny mirrors the fascinating world around them. At times the photographer finds himself hidden in their magic imagery. All five photos have been captured during past couple of days. Enjoy.

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48 comments

  1. MyStoriesWithMusic · October 3, 2018

    Beautiful 😀

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  2. thecedarjournal · October 3, 2018

    Love the simple of these photos. Thanks for capturing them and sharing.

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  3. Robert Parker · October 3, 2018

    These are great! What a cool theme, and a bit like those garden gazing balls, which I’ve always liked.

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    • Peter Klopp · October 3, 2018

      On close inspection we notice how a little drop of water can reflect. Thank you, Robert, for your kind comment!

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  4. myexpressionofthoughtsblog · October 3, 2018

    mesmerising photos shared

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  5. irisgassenbauer · October 3, 2018

    Oh i love that kind of observation!

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  6. Pit · October 3, 2018

    Fantastic pictures! 🙂

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  7. PlantsandBeyond · October 3, 2018

    Magical captures, Peter. Loved seeing the precious gifts of nature

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  8. kopfundgestalt · October 3, 2018

    Super great!
    They are getting better and better!
    I think every picture deserves a post of it’s own!

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  9. crowcanyonjournal · October 3, 2018

    No water droplets down here (San Francisco East Bay Area). We haven’t had any rain in six months. The weather forecast for the last two days was rain. We are still waiting. Those are fantastic photos, Peter!

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    • Peter Klopp · October 3, 2018

      We hope you will get some rain soon. We know how it feels to feel through months of dry weather. Luckily we had plenty of rain lately. Thanks for your kind comment!

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  10. Stella, oh, Stella · October 3, 2018

    I am also a fan of the droplet magic. You captured them perfectly!

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  11. Amy · October 3, 2018

    It’s amazing how much beauty there is in something as simple as a drop of water. Wonderful photos, Peter!

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    • Peter Klopp · October 3, 2018

      I discovered recently that there is a wonderful world waiting to be discovered in macro photography. Thank you, Amy, for your compliment!

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  12. Su Leslie · October 3, 2018

    These are beautiful Peter. Whole worlds reflected in tiny droplets.

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  13. Rashmi Gopal Rao · October 4, 2018

    Love the pics Peter!

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  14. Ulli · October 4, 2018

    Diese Tropfenbilder sind dir ganz wunderbar gelungen, lieber Peter.
    Ich wünsche dir einen schönen Oktobertag, herzlichst, Ulli

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  15. Markus @ POINT BLANK · October 4, 2018

    ..there is indded so much beauty in those droplets.. ..Peter , that are wonderful images. Great work.

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  16. karfunkelfee · October 4, 2018

    A whole world mirror in a drop of Time, kept for a silent moment in the perpetuity of your daylight.
    Great pics, Peter.
    Greetings from the fairy in the Land of maple sirup 🙃🧚‍♀️✨

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  17. arv! · October 4, 2018

    Does it rain in summers? I loved the first picture

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    • Peter Klopp · October 4, 2018

      We usually have very dry summers. The photos have been taken very recently after the first heavy rains.

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  18. Beautifully captured, Peter, as in my passion as a photographer I always notice the reflections, especially in your droplets, I see.

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    • Peter Klopp · October 4, 2018

      Thank you, Cornelia, for your kind and knowledgeable comment. It means a lot to me getting kind words like these from a professional photographer. Best wishes! Peter

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  19. Sarah · October 5, 2018

    Beautiful! I’m a big fan of water droplets pictures! The big wide world to see in so tiny a space – just marvellous!

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  20. Tiny · October 7, 2018

    Peter, these water drops have stunning reflections! Beautiful.

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  21. jml297 · October 13, 2018

    Exquisite photos, Peter, offering a unique perspective of beautiful moments.

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    • Peter Klopp · October 13, 2018

      Thank you for the kind comment! Very much appreciated!

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  22. Nurul Fitri Lubis · October 24, 2018

    These shots are so magical, Peter. Particularly the reflections caused by the water drops. It’s so lovely..

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  23. ruthfreter · October 29, 2018

    Seeeehr schön! Peter Danke fürs teilen!

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  24. dunelight · November 18, 2018

    How lovely to see the world in a drop!

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