Thursday, March 22, 2012

Raindrop on Red Currant


The red currants are finally starting to bloom, in spite of our wet and soggy winter and spring.

So ... this is my first contribution this year to Tina's PicStory's "Weekend Flowers"!

Do you see the reflection of the fence in the raindrop?
It reminds me that it's "Friday Fences" time!

And be sure to join us over at James' "Weekend Reflections" too!

It's not often that I can cover 3 memes in one picture!!!



22 comments:

  1. Wow, what an excellent waterdrop shot!

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  2. what a beautiful pic! fantastic way to show a fence :)

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  3. Lovely photo and yes I can see the reflection. It's wonderful.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  4. at first i thought... wait where is the fence?? ... that is amazing. what an awesome reflection. (:

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  5. Delightful white lattice fence in a raindrop on red currant!

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  6. That's a great macro! - love the reflection of the fence.

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  7. That is absolutely the most ingenious fence photo I have ever seen! Too wonderful! The flower is lovely too!

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  8. I admire your photographic skills, Clytie! That fence as well as the currant buds look beautiful!

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  9. Beautiful composition.

    Regards and best wishes

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  10. Holy cow! That is a fantastic shot, Clytie! The fence reflection is outstanding! Excellent job on that photo!

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  11. Great Macro...
    Thank you for sharing.

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  12. An outstanding photograph - the reflection in the water drop is beautiful...and unexpected!

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  13. Don't use the word "awesome" very often, but this photo and you deserve high praise. Beautiful, technically challenging, and cleanly shot. Well done!

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  14. thanks for joining weekend flowers with this wonderful pic! xo

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  15. Love the fence reflection in the dew drop...stunning shot!

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  16. Hi Clytie, Oregon's spring weather has not been the best.. but leave too you to find and capture the best 3 in 1 shot ever.
    Your photos never cease to amaze me.

    Thank you for your extremely kind and flattering comment, Clytie.

    be well and happy my friend,
    Pam i am :)

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  17. Really wonderful photo! well done

    Dyanna
    www.berkeleytoday.wordpress.com

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  18. Oh, Sissy! I gasped when I saw this--how perfectly exquisite...this fills my eyes. Wow! How amazing. You are amazing! What a talented photographer you are!

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