… do NOT get me down! (And if you know what this refers to you must be old. 😉 )
It rained here this morning. After my rather busy past five weeks I knew a long walk was probably out of the question, but so was skipping a rainy day walk. I only managed four miles, and I didn’t shoot a ton, but I did shoot a bit. This is my first shot.
I’ve moved on to August 2017 and, as with past months, finding days of photos I never even looked at.
Raindrops on a Petal, 8.3.17
I’m not a spider enthusiast although my photography habit has helped me be less fearful — there is something about having the “protection” of the lens that allows me to get closer to the things. But webs … no fear at all with them, and they are fun when it’s rained. It’s funny to think about really: somewhere there must be a spider who owns the web, yes? Maybe one of these times it’ll pop out at me as I’m getting closer and closer to the raindrops. I wonder.
A Web with Raindrops, 6.9.17
The camera didn’t get much use today: I did take an over 6 mile walk, but it began to sprinkle so it ended up in my backpack (which has an attached rain cover, thankfully). I do wish I’d spent more time with these water drops, but this’ll have to do. Maybe I’ll go back tomorrow.
Just for the Sparkle of it All, 1.25.18
Yesterday I had no time for a walk and with the rain I probably wouldn’t have taken my camera in any case. Walking out the door, though, I spotted our calla lily. That made me stop for a brief moment.
Raindrops on a Calla Lily, 1.9.17
After the rain I’m always on the lookout for a raindrop photo op.
Three Raindrops on a Succulent Ruffle, 11.1.16