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Can You Guess

Can you guess what these are?  They look like those little coloured glass stones you put in a vase but they are not.  Just having fun with the camera.  They are water droplets on top of the table cloth outside on the deck.   I thought it was just cool.  I used my macro lens.   For more fun look at the photos on Straight out of the Camera Sunday here.

Comments

Jan said…
Valerie, these are great. Water drops can be so much fun, especially like this, when you're feeling super creative.
Amazing macro! And the water droplets do seem like jewelled stones! Lovely!
Jenn said…
Oh yeah... at first I really thought they were glass pebbles. I so love macro photography!

My SOOC Sunday post is up HERE. Happy weekends!
Anonymous said…
They do look like colored glass stones; well-done!
hip chick said…
They do look like little stones. Really neat picture.
Crafty Gardener said…
I love taking photos with water drops in them, especially when on the leaves of plants.
They look wonderful, postcard perfect. Hope all is well and take care. Jen
Mary Lou said…
Thanks for letting me in on your photography class (about the pinecone)
The water droplets look like those clear stones you buy for flower vases. I love macro...
Lori E said…
I knew it right away. I live on the west coast of Canada and am extremely familiar with rain drops up close and personal.

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