where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 12, 2016 § 18 Comments
ride the curve
Tagged: coalescence, curve, diminutive, garden, gravity, leaf, macro, rain drops, ride, science of raindrops, togetherness
Great photo my friend! Happy Friday and Happy Weekend wishes, Hugz Lisa and Bear
Aren’t Nasturtium leaves GREAT for catching rain drops!
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Glinting little jewels in the sun.
A perfect pairing! I love nasturtium leaves as much as I love their flowers.
Nice one. I have photographed a little bit the same 2 days ago.https://ronaldpoelsphotography.wordpress.com/2016/08/12/pearls-in-the-morning/
Nasturtiums are growing in my container garden on the deck. Flourishing despite drought conditions. So glad to see this little drink in photo and words! 🙂
So glad. I love a plant, like nasturtiums, who brave harsh conditions without complaint!
Excellent shot! Everything is sharp and eyesome. Thanks a lot for sharing, my friend.
Noel, thanks for taking the time to comment. Best, Catherine
Beautiful feel from the verse and image.
Thanks for your kind words! _/\_
The image caught my eye first, and the words made this post even better
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