Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Watery Wednesday

It's not a lot of water, but it's water:

Delicate dewdrops 
Resting on blades of grass 
Yearn for morning sunlight

(you might want to enlarge this one to see it better)...

My garden, San Ramon, CA
(1/5/09)

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15 comments:

Rob Ripma said...

I really like how you can see all the dewdrops on the blades of grass. Great work!

michael bird said...

Nifty one, Linea. Also like your haiku and photo blog. Unique and creative. (Please send some of your warm weather our way. Guess if I'm patient enough, it will get here all by itself...)

Tabib said...

So cool and fresh!

Carletta said...

Clever capture for watery wednesday.
I loved the haiku as well - very nice.

simply divina said...

Simple but beautiful and very artistic.. God bless!

2sweetnsaxy said...

Beautiful! I love dew on blades of grass and you captured this wonderfully! Nice job!
:-)

Leedra said...

Nice that you have some green in January. Love waterdrops. Also like your photograph at the top.

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The Yothers said...

wow! I love the grass, its so green, healthy and very alive! nice shot! and the water drops really added the beauty!

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Tess(life is beautiful)

Connie said...

I enlarged it and it is wonderful. Nice water drops.

Jan said...

Love it. I love capturing images in my garden, too.

Digital Polaroids said...

I love morning dew, great post

sherry said...

This photo reminds me of the gorgeous film "Microcosmos."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76R2EKEnoJQ

Guy D said...

Simply fantastic water shot, I love everything about this pic.

Cheers!
Regina In Pictures

Stan said...

The simple things are frequently the most beautiful.

Tarolino said...

Talking of rain, I did very hard try to blow it your way but I'm afraid it headed east insted. Perhaps it's on world around tour. Myself I don't mind seing as it is meant to be sunny tomorrow over this part of the world.

Now that shot of yours is just too lovely. It did need enlarging to apreaciate it fully. The tender green tones are refreshing indeed. Makes me feel like I would be a blade of grass in your picture :)