Dew Drop Inn

..so I'm letting my imagination take flight, seeing the corner of the breakfast room within the droplet...

I have Kim @kwind to thank for explaining how she added droplets one by one to her flower http://365project.org/kwind/365/2016-01-25 This was fun to try, and once again why I love this site like no other. We're here to share our love of photography and everyone is so forthcoming with their time and willingness to share knowledge, tips and techniques. It's so very very appreciated!
Beautiful dew drop! Glad I followed your comment and found out how Kim @kwind does the water droplets.! Fav! Must give it a try. I have used a water spray but not got such a good result.
posted January 26th, 2016  
Lovely drop and reflection Louise. It's so pretty. :)
posted January 26th, 2016  
@pamknowler Like you, the spray bottle (in lieu of rain) was an abysmal failure! When I saw how good hers looked, I had to ask! Now TWO of us are happy to know!
posted January 26th, 2016  
@novab Hi Nova! Fun to be sitting here at the moment you and Pam @pamknowler have dropped by! Did you see Kim's photo? I have a ways to go (and that lens she mentions would be a leap forward), but I'm happy enough with this, and thank you for saying as much, too!
posted January 26th, 2016  
Beautiful composed and captured. Lovely rose and great reflections in the water drop.
posted January 26th, 2016  
This is fabulous! Using a syringe to place the drops was told to me by a local macro photography. It's changed my world!!
posted January 26th, 2016  
wow! you are having fun. Thanks to Kim I am going to give it a try too.
posted January 26th, 2016  
I never even thought about adding drops of water. Oh my, I have SO much to learn.
posted January 27th, 2016  
So neat! The rose is beautiful, but I love how crisp the image in the drop is!
posted January 27th, 2016  
This is magnificent! I've tried to photograph "scenes" inside raindrops but still have yet to captures something like this. Almost looks like a tiny Mondrian painting in the raindrop.
posted January 27th, 2016  
This is simply splendid, Louise! The color of that perfect rose is exquisite! The water drop is a crowning touch. Love this!
posted January 27th, 2016  
Fabulous image! I love water drop reflections! So, this is accomplished using a syringe? I'll be getting one this week . . . I've used a spray bottle but as you mentioned, that method is not ideal. Thank you for the wonderful suggestion. Fav!
posted January 27th, 2016  
Oh wow!! A..mazing shot!
posted January 27th, 2016  
Wow this is cool, will have to check it out!
posted January 27th, 2016  
It all about learning and sharing
posted January 27th, 2016  
Outstanding!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I know how to do the drops I just can't get the reflections!! I will learn though!! This is just beautiful and the reflection is superb!! Love your title! FAV!
posted January 27th, 2016  
Fantastic result!
posted January 27th, 2016  
A perfect drop, great composition!
posted January 27th, 2016  
Super! I must try this sometime too!
posted January 27th, 2016  
@kwind You made a lot of people happy today with that tip you shared! Thank you so much!
posted January 27th, 2016  
@peggysirk The hour is late and I have a lot of people to thank, but I had to share that that "perfect rose" is a miniature from a large bush that covers the wall of our front walkway. The make for amazing photos, bud to this stage which happens in under 24 hours! Tomorrow it will be blown out and falling apart...but what a beautiful little life it led!
posted January 27th, 2016  
Amazing and immediate Fav!
posted January 27th, 2016  
This is stunning!
posted January 27th, 2016  
A beautiful rose and the water droplet is fab --so much reflection , and thanks Kay @kwind for yet again sharing this great tip !
posted January 27th, 2016  
The magic of photography. ☺
posted January 27th, 2016  
love how the drop is the only human element in the picture (well, aside from the drop on an otherwise dry rose)
posted January 27th, 2016  
I read Kim@kwind's account t of how she got the dewdrops about 10 minutes ago and now you've used them to excellent effect also. The rose on its own is beautiful as your macro shows up the softness of the petals but adding the drops AND seeing the reflection of the breakfast room lifts the shot to another level Fav People, e are so creative
posted January 27th, 2016  
Favulous
posted January 27th, 2016  
Beautiful. How clever.
posted January 27th, 2016  
outstanding shot. i love the dreamy vintage texture. that droplet is just plain gorgeous! ace, my friend! aces!
posted January 27th, 2016  
Beautiful! Love the detail in the droplet.
posted January 27th, 2016  
Gorgeous.
posted January 28th, 2016  
Beautiful :)
posted January 28th, 2016  
Fabulous! Well done on your droplet.
posted January 28th, 2016  
What an exquisite droplet and lovely flower. Fav!
posted January 29th, 2016  
Lovely!!
posted February 1st, 2016  
Love this
posted February 5th, 2016  
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