Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Macro…clinging

Posted: November 14, 2016 in Phoneography Challenge
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When out for a walk, I alternate between looking to see what’s in the distance and checking to find out what gems are close at hand.  I love finding the little, sometimes hidden, things like this shy drop hanging resolutely to its beautifully veined leaf. Any day now, the drops will become frozen diamonds, but for now, we’re enjoying the last warm days of autumn.

Do you use a phone or tablet to take photos?  You’re always welcome to be part of the group at Sally’s challenge every Monday. It’s not a large group, but the phrase “Quality, not quantity” certainly applies.

© janet m. webb 2016

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Comments
  1. ksbeth says:

    how beautiful –

  2. Your observational skills are showing. The entire image has much room for deep interpretation. Or appreciation of the composition for its colors and the small wonder of a droplet. Happy Photo Challenge.

    • As you know, Sally, I love macro photography and observation is key to macro shots. It also slows my walks considerably. 🙂 But I’m happy you like the result. Blessings on your week.

      janet

  3. Your eye for color and composition is in overdrive in this image, Janet.
    Ω

    • Thanks very much, Allan. A compliment before breakfast is always appreciated and helps the digestion, I’m quite sure. 🙂 Just got back from a walk and am ready to eat. Have a great day.

  4. Lena says:

    I really like the “snail-eyes” in the background in this photo, and of course the water droplet!

  5. What fun!! You have such a lovely capture!

  6. Such a fleeting, fragile moment in time. Gorgeous.

  7. Angeline M says:

    Lovely autumn colors, and macro delight. Even the hint of color in the background below the leaf is lovely.

  8. Lignum Draco says:

    Like you, I find my interest in photography makes me more observant of my surroundings. That’s a lovely catch.

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