Falling droplets

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  1. AbelR74

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    My take at trying to capture some water droplets. This is the good part of the image that was left after the crop. 1/15th f4.5 Iso 200 105mm on camera slow rear flash sync.

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    Very cool shot!

    Thanks for sharing the image and details!
     
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    I think its cool looking, it gives me a feeling of expectation, or anticipation, after looking at it, like I'm waiting for that final drop to hit something.
     
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    Pretty neat. The mixture of a macro lens and water can entertain you for hours. It seems to kind of take on a life of it's own after a while.
     
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    Hey all, thanks for looking and your comments! They are greatly appreciated. I did have some fun with my little macro lens, to say the least.
     
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    That's a real cool shot!!wow.You really have a gift,continue your good work. It's very refreshing to the eyes.Nice one.:thumbup:
     

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