Sunday, 23 November 2008

Rain Drop - 雨露


Nelson, New Zealand

Nikon D200
AF Micro-Nikkor 60mm F2.8
F4.5, 1/60, ISO-100

6 comments:

  1. Now there's an example of Nature's beauty. Those water droplets in the center are in such fine focus, my eye is drawn to them. It looks like a tree or plant reflected in the middle drop but I can't make out your reflection or your Nikon! Hehe.

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  2. Cheers, Gavin.
    When you look through the drop let, it actually act as a lens. It's tree in the distance and all the droplets show same sort of image It's a really interesting subject.

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  3. I too thought there was a reflection in the drops until I read your answer.

    There are some raindrops on my rosebush but because of the cold I'm not tempted to try and emulate your shot.

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  4. Thanks Ben, I've learned something from you. I hadn't realized at all, but now it makes sense that I couldn't see a reflection of you and your camera.

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  5. It's so interesting. I would like to try again, any time soon. I think you all noticed the image is upside down as you see through them. It reminds some old camera, yeah?

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  6. Hello, Really like this photo - I look forward to seeing more experiments like this one.

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