Whenever it rains overnight, I like to take my Canon 760D and Tamron 90mm macro lens out into the gardens to see what additional beauty the raindrops have causes.
Here are twelve pictures from the morning of Sunday, June 7.
According to the great and all-knowing Microsoft Excel, this is my best selling raindrops picture and my #9 best-selling picture overall.
It might rank higher but it hasn’t been available as long as the other best-sellers.
I think it will make a great (that is, difficult) 1,014-piece, 30″ x 20″ puzzle. Yes?
Surprisingly, I have never entered it in either a cactus & succulent show (the plant is an aeonium, one of my favorite succulent species) or a photography show.
I think I shall have to do something about that next year.
It keeps raining.
This is not the San Diego that I’ve come to know and love.
It does make for some good macro pictures of itty bitty teeny tiny little raindrops on the plants in my gardens.
Following are my favorite two from today and yesterday.
Macro of a raindrop on a
Sprenger’s Asparagus Fern (Asparagus aethiopicus),
not a true fern:
Itty bitty teeny tiny little raindrops
itty bitty teeny tiny little succulent flower.