7.01.2009

Gems of Light


evidence of rain
in the form of tiny spheres
lay lightly
yet tightly
not rolling from leaves
tiny spheres of rain
and light
mighty
precious gems
~



To see more watery images from around the world: Watery Wednesday

63 comments:

  1. These pictures are just too perfect :) You must have an amazing camera. Water is precious and you've captured it so perfectly :)

    Kim x

    ps. the builders are shy and I'm struggling with such dissapointment!!!

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  2. In the land of fairies...

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  3. a beautiful jewelled surface.

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  4. Beautiful as always. The second one is just stunning and is poised perfectly in the soft light...

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  5. That is just perfect, Thank you!

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  6. So sweet the rain is..cleansing and purifying.

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  7. What they all said, Tammie. I've long loved the images of dew...taken with a good eye. Interesting too....aside...............go read the verse I posted this AM.....pertinent

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  8. Oh Tammie...these are amazing! I love taking pics of water - the light is tricky though - wonderful perfect job!! Hugs, Sarah

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  9. So wonderful. Great shots.

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  10. These are so lovely and beautiful pictures !! Fantastically captured...Great..Unseen Rajasthan

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  11. Stunning! I feel like I MUST take my camera out on a field trip to see if can catch similar photos. ;-)

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  12. Beautiful! Just beautiful!!! To see such wonderful photos really makes me smile! And as always you deliver nice poetry to go with your shots.

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  13. Tammie! I enjoyed this post so much, this poem is going up on the fridge ; )

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  14. Each droplet, a world onto itself.

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  15. Natures jewels
    Are always
    Precious gems
    Beautiful!

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  16. These photos remind me of the pictures my Sister Clytie often takes. You have that same gift of capturing light in a raindrop. Beautiful beautiful.

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  17. Very, very nice captured!

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  18. Gorgeous photographs. I feel as if I could eaily sip a drop.
    Thank you for the refreshments!
    Sherry

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  19. You have a way of capturing Nature at her best! Stunning. What else can I say?

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  20. You captured the rain droplets perfectly! Beautiful!

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  21. Gems indeed. You out-do yourself, Tammie. Someone said stunning. That pretty much hits the nail on the head.

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  22. Fantastic photo! I enjoyed your poem, as well. We have plenty of rain here, but it is always beautiful.

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  23. Your poetry is just as lovely as your photos. Thanks for the lovely remarks you left on my page.

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  24. Those are beautiful images. I like your goals for your blog!

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  25. Beautiful pictures--especially for Watery Wednesday, Tammie.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  26. Great captures of the peas inthe pod as well as the diamonds on the wild strawbwrry leaf.

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  27. Those droplets are indeed like gems. What a shot! What camera do you use?

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  28. Beautiful pictures. really great.

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  29. These are so beautiful, Tammie. I love experimenting with macro and depth of field, but here you have the central image so sharp it takes my breath away.
    Janice.

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  30. Not just gems, but also lens,.. did you notice how they magnify the leaf's veins? Nice shot!

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  31. These are really great. I mean really! I especially like the last one. The angle and the lighting is superb! _)

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  32. Stunning, stunning captures!! Magic! :-)

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  33. The dew on leaves is like tears of joy. God is pondering, translucent and allowing you to see your own reflection to help you help the self. Peace and love are within.

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  34. the way you have captured the light rays falling on the droplets makes this image different from the normal water droplet images!

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  35. I don't know how you do it...but, you do! Such serene beauty.

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  36. amazing photography! our world is full of beautiful things

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  37. Nice lighting and I love the water drops.

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  38. I don't know what I can say that someone else already hasn't. :)
    Words just don't begin to describe the feeling these images evoke.
    Amazing and beyond....

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  39. Wow! Beautiful detail and poetic description! I just love your art and poetry. Thank you for making me smile and go wow! Love and Light, Nina p.

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  40. So pretty...I love the rain so much, I could listen to it on the rooftops for hours. Funny isn't it, with as much as I hate grey miserable winter, rainy days don't bother me

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  41. Wonderful gems of light! Water drops are one of my favorites. Have a great weekend, Tammie :)

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  42. Oh, these are gorgeous!

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  43. Very beautiful Tammy.:)
    Your photos are perfect and captures the spirit of nature.
    What more can I say... I just love visiting you and connecting with someone who is so in tune with the natural world.

    Welcome to Fairy Land it is all around us, if we look very closely!:)
    Jo.xx

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  44. I am a little late....but they are still wonderful, your photos! Exquisite is the first word that comes to mind!

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  45. You have truly captured the beauty of water. I love these shots.

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  46. Wonderful photos! :-)

    I like photograph flowers too :-)

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  47. WOW! What a shot! :) This is just AMAZING! :)

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  48. You have an amazing eye for detail which you manage to capture so perfectly.

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  49. thank you when you visited the home village of pages (sunny's blog), the beautiful pictures you have here! t: sunflower http://siprus.vuodatus.net

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  50. So beautiful picture and words.

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  51. Perfect with the water drops! MB

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  52. what fabulous photos, you've really captured the light on the water droplets so perfectly

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  53. I always like seeing the rain drops on flowers and leaves, You have photographed such good and sharp photos.

    The water is nectar for the fairies?

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  54. Wonderful! The second picture is my favourite, so lovely :)

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  55. You did a lovely job with those raindrops! :)

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  56. LOVE your dew drops...they are so well photographed! Beautiful work (as always!)

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  57. beautiful Tammie, I love your images of water..

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  58. Hi Tammie,

    Thanksfor stopping by on my blog, also thanks for your lovely comments.....Love your blog aslo, great captures i've seen here.

    These pictures gets my full attention, well composed, beautifull colors and sharp as a knife!!!

    Well done,

    Will visit again!!!

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  59. wow! wonderful pics! love them all. you have a great eye for capturing the ordinary and making them extraordinary

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie