Not everything coming out of the fridge is green or crunchy...

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    Macro, but I'm not sure if it was 1:1. I just like the shapes and arrangement. Believe it or not, this is in colour. Any guesses what they are?

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    Condensation on an egg?
     
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    water drops on wax paper and then frozen?
     
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    What ever it is, it is a cool shot.
     
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    It was condensation, on the underside of a plastic lid. When I put the lid down on the counter, and saw the perfect arrangement of water beads, I knew I had to capture it. Twenty minutes later... all evaporated. So you gotta catch your images when you can. If you look carefully, you'll see the bright highlight of the kitchen window showing up in each drop. In my full-size file, you can even make out the middle-level branches in the reflection.
     

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