Posts Tagged ‘water droplets’


It’s one of those mornings when you want to linger a while in the garden and just enjoy the cold breeze that the rain brought last night. It’s been raining on and off since yesterday, the kind of splatter that makes you want to just stay in bed and enjoy the cold weather. But  then you see rain droplets and you grab your camera for a few clicks.

This picture is actually green moss clinging to our perimeter wall behind the house and that mountain-like structure you see is our concrete fence. I’ve always love experimenting on water droplets, capturing those tiny jewels on cam before they reach the ground. A minute here, a few seconds there. It’s divine!

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Aperture: f/2.8
Focal Length: 5mm
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/200 sec
Camera: Canon DIGITAL IXUS 120 IS

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I need lots and lots of practice with this but I think I am slowly getting there. Since it has rained the past three days, there was an ample opportunity for another experiment. I love the  water droplets  created by the rain. Using a tripod would probably help but I was  so lazy putting it up …it was cold outside!

The last one is an older shot from my Pentax Optio camera.

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