Water, Water, Everywhere (Pond Series - 3pics)

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  1. WNK

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    love pic 1 and 3

    gotta love shots of waterdroplets..though they are hard to get a nice shot of..you did perfectly..:wink:
     
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    I like Number 1. You might try to enlarge one of the water drops, you can see some of the drops are acting as a small lens and they have captured a view of whatever was behind the drops.
     
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    I love number two. The purple stems go along great with the green leaves.
     
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    Also I like the middle one very much.
    And the first reminds me of the little series I took back in March when our quinch tree was still without leaves, after a big shower, when later the sun came back, here - and I also went for a cropped and flipped version of one of the droplets as was suggested for yours of Photo 1 here, Wendy, see ?
     

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