To bring photos from my minds eye - to the public through the lens of my Nikon D90 ∧ D80
Are those begonias? Lovely leaves
Very nice picture.Thanks for stopping by my blog. I was born just outside St. Austell, and lived numerous places as my Dad was in the RAF.As I remember St. Ives was lovely, my Grandmother used to recite, As I was going to St. Ives, I met a man with 40 wives..! That was so long, long ago.Sunny :)
All beautiful shots! And each is set to very apropriate music!
Isn't it interesting, the way raindrops are always domed, as though they are puffed up with their own importance?
I tried last week to get something like this.... but I knocked the leafs and the drops disappeared.. :O( Still it made Jane laugh
so very very lovely in every way sandy touching to me today
Annie Haslam? Wow, I'm a fan of Renaissance, her band in the 70's. They made such beautiful music!God bless you!Cezar
I'm not familiar with this song, but the photo is brilliant. I love the way you've captured the raindrops.
I love the way those raindrops bead up on the Lady's Mantle leaves.
With those water drops on the leaf you really made the flower sing!PS However - I didn't hear anyone else sing. Do I need something special?
I can hear the lyrics of this song and it has a familiar line which says, "Now that is really Beautiful!"
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