~ Refractions of Rain ~
The rain never really stopped through the night.
Woke up to diamond looking droplets all over my new growing daisy plant that probably will not flower because of my late start… but I got drops… and a bug!!!
50mm lens reversal on a 90mm Tamron macro lens, both attached to a Canon 40D.
430EX flash with a light chute attached to provide light in front of lens.
f/32 ~ 1/60 ~ ISO/100 ~ Flash @ 3/4
(hand-held for pure adrenaline excitement)
Have a Spectacular Saturday all Flickr friends, and many-many thanks for stopping into the Noble Stance shot I loaded last night, very much appreciated.
Big thanks to all the external support coming from around the globe, also very much appreciated.
BIG HELLO from Ottawa, Canada and HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND!
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