52 Weeks of Life Seen Through My Eyes

Ida's Photo Theme Challenge

9. Drops of Water


While walking around my yard this evening, drinking in the beauty of the mountains and the sunset reflected on the ever-changing clouds, I was madly snapping photos of the gorgeous vistas I am privileged to see every day. I happened to notice a couple of drops of water still hanging tentatively from a branch after a rain shower some time earlier. Although I wasn’t certain how the photos would turn out, who cares when you can simply delete unwanted photo-flops? Having nothing to lose, I took a few. When I showed my husband all the pictures I had taken during the evening before the bugs became too interested in chewing me up, he grew most exuberant about these ones, a couple of drops of water.




17 thoughts on “9. Drops of Water

  1. Nice shots and you can see some reflections in the rain drops. πŸ™‚


  2. Cool Ida! Do you know the kind of tree that the drips are hanging from? The bark reminds me of those really tall trees along the road up to the cemetery in Boquete. Remember? Near that water place that we found all the giant leaves… I love that multi colored bark…


    • Naturally I don’t know the name of the tree! I guess I could attempt to find out. I could take a photo of both trees when Paul has a chance to take me for a photo hunt. I think I remember which trees you’re referring to. πŸ™‚


  3. I was liking the tree bark coloring too – and nice drops!


  4. That variegated bark reminds me of the Leopard Tree in SA, just a different colour!


  5. Sometimes it’s just the little things that count the most.


  6. Love the reflections in the drops.


  7. A good eye! These are very nice.


  8. Very interesting bark! the water drops are perfect nice job!


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