Friday, September 7, 2012

Drops of Jupiter


I know some of you were thinking you'd click on here and find a link to that song...sorry if I tricked you!




After the rain finally stopped, I decided to pick up my camera and venture out to take some pictures of the raindrop covered flowers in the yard.  As I was processing them I couldn't help but think that if there truly are drops on Jupiter, well then they must look like this.




Glistening orbs that reflect the light and look like liquid silver, even when there is no sunlight.




I think I have maxed all of you out on flower pics lately, but it's about as exciting as it gets around here these days...well that and the rain.  So I think I will take a little time to see what else requires my attention, like painting porch posts and pulling weeds.

I hope you each have a wonderful weekend, and that you find your own drops of Jupiter in the process!

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos! I've been away all summer and what a nice reintroduction to blogland! Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Fabulous shots as always. Looks like the drops will roll off onto my laptop any second. Have a fab weekend.

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  3. Beautiful, beautiful images!!! xo Diana

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  4. Fabulous...you capture nature in its truest form...some of my favorite photos from the summer, were flowers with dewy drops...thanks for the pretty views.

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  5. Believe it or not, I heard this song on my car radio this morning!! It's still playing in my head! Your pictures are amazing! Nature is amazing! Happy Weekend!

    XO,
    Jane

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  6. I don't think the rain has any idea how beautiful it is when it kisses the flowers like this. Thankfully you and your lens do. Thanks for your visit to my blog via Kate. :)

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  7. Oh, Kat. These are elegant. You have done such a beautiful job with these images.

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  8. Stunning! Every single one of them!!! xoxo ~Lili

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  9. These are stunningly beautiful, Kat...you really are so talented!

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