It rained almost all day and night on March 10.
I usually dislike the rain, intensely, but now that I have a 90mm macro lens, I still dislike the rain, intensely.
However, since Mother & Father Nature don’t really listen to me when it comes to rain, well, I deal with it.
In this case, I went out to my cactus & succulent gardens and started taking macro pictures of raindrops on the little plants.
As I was taking pictures, I was singing “raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens.” I have the whiskers on kittens but I don’t have any roses. The police stopped and threatened to arrest me because I was singing “raindrops on roses” but didn’t have any roses. Who knew?
I was standing over a “black rose aeonium” (Aeonium arboreum ‘Swartkop’) with little raindrops on the leafies. As soon as I said “rose,” the rose police backed off and apologized.
Here’s the macro picture I got:
I like how the little raindrops act as magnifying glasses, and if you look very closely at the bottom of the largest raindrop at the front, you can see me with my digital camera in my face. That counts as a selfie, yes?