A Lingering Raindrop

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

60mm macro lens, 1/80 sec, f 8, ISO 800

It was a stormy, rainy weekend here in California. A good thing, because we need the rain. My daily post theme for Monday is “Macro”, so I caught this photo of a drop hanging from a leaf. I tried to shoot handheld, but kept hitting the bush, so I set up my tripod and remote trigger.

Gabby didn’t help because she kept sniffing under the bush, making everything shake!

About Susan Gutterman

I am an amateur photographer and occasional blogger, living in northern California. I also enjoy reading, walking, traveling, volunteering and spending time with my family and my yellow lab, Gabby.
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10 Responses to A Lingering Raindrop

  1. Bernadette says:

    That could be a cover for a greeting card. Lovely.

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  2. Thank you, Bernadette. I have started to make my own greeting cards and it’s alot of fun.

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  3. Jane Lurie says:

    A great representation of our week in CA, Susan. Beautifully done.

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  4. 4 stars..just wonderful…Perfect cropping and color too..Good to know about the remote.😁

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  5. Beautiful Susan! We did get a pounding didn’t we? Especially now on Tuesday night (I live in Sacramento)!

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  6. autistsix says:

    My dog can never understand why anyone would want to take a photograph without him in it. As soon as he sees the camera he tries to make sure it’s aimed at him. He ruins a lot of shots of other things. 🙂

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