Absolutely stunning...in every way!
Ooooh! So many new shots since I was here last. I've never seen the kind of ring game you photographed, but I think I get the idea. Of all the shots, however, this leaf shot is my favorite.
There is something to be said for shots of leaves and when they have water on them then most people say more than normally. It is a nice photo to be sure. It is odd too that if you can get close enough you can almost always see the sky and sometimes the person taking the photo.
and well captured too!
It's amazing how something so simple can be so beautiful!!
Oh Dick! How beautiful....You make it look SO darn easy!! Happy night!!hughugs
Beautiful shot! I looked for you and the sky but didn't see either.
those raindrops resting on this leaf make this capture superb. excellent composition
Beautiful capture Dick!
Dick,This MUST be artificial; rain in Holland? Beautifully captured as usual.
great capture i wish we would get some rain drops.
Mooi gedaan Dick. De druppels lopen bijna van het scherm af.
Een hele mooie foto.
Ah … this is too marvelous for words! I’m almost wordless at Sacred Ruminations ;--)Hugs and blessings,
Gorgeous! Love those shiny droplets!!! Pretty!
Dick wow this is really cool, and now we have something in common on our blogs, except, mine are from the hose, lol. Anna :)
Het ziet er uit als een aarbeienplant...maar dan in de winter
Extremely difficult to snap right - and right it was.PS Thank you for the comment!
Hi - Lovely shots! Had a break in the summer to catch up on jobs and its good to see you're posting. Congrats on the 200 mark!
So simple and so natural yet so perfect and beautiful.I used to visit regularly while I was helping Dina from Malta on her blog, now I'm back with my own blog Malta Magic!
o my gosh ! you makes me feel like buying a macro lens. But they are so expensive !!!!
Gorgeous shot and I love the colours. You capture the change of season perfectly.
How beautiful raindrops can be.
Breathtaking! I LOVE raindrops on leaves...the is FABULOUS!
I really like all kinds of raindrops, falling, staying, rolling... :)All of my three close Dutch friends recently came down to the lower parts of the country - two who used to live in Haarlem to Den Haag and Gouda, and another one from Amsterdam to Maastricht. But, Texel will always be on my to-go list!
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