MISTY MORNING HERE MAKES DRIPPY PHOTOS

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3 thoughts on “MISTY MORNING HERE MAKES DRIPPY PHOTOS

  1. pat

    Looks like you and I were a couple of drips today! LOVE these—I wish we could get some mist instead of rain. You have some wonderful images there. (To answer your question: I used a P&S for the drip shots I posted today…it’s an older Sony DSC-H5. I know it’s a P&S, but I put in in Ap mode at about 3.5…it does a really good job when I’m just not up to lugging around my Nikon with the 105mm macro lens.)

  2. Joanne diochon

    Drippy….but in a good way.

    It is interesting that, to my eye anyway, the way the water drops from the mist form on the leaves and branches seems a bit different than the way the ones from rain do. Shots 7 and 8 in particular seem to show water drops on every little bit of the plant whereas drops from rain seem to me to be fewer and bigger.

  3. I love when they lace the tips – very pretty.

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