Drops

I’ve got a thing about drops. For this post, I thought I’d do a small gallery of drop images:

All basically monochrome green but otherwise quite different. The rosette of leaves is a mullein plant on a rainy morning. The drops on a grass blade is a high magnification image posted earlier this year. The zigzag is another high magnification image, this time of a spiderweb at an oblique angle – that one with thanks to the great Canadian photographer Freeman Patterson, who’s done similar things with out of focus dew in webs. The white drops are latex oozing from a milkweed leaf.

10 thoughts on “Drops

  1. These are great Tom, I have never seen the milkweed drops before. I love Freeman Patterson’s work, I can see the inspiration in the image you reference. The double drop at the grass tip also is very nice.

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