Yesterday’s weather was a mixture of rainy downpours and sunny spells. In between downpours I popped out to the garden for a few minutes to take some photos of the beautiful raindrops on the Alchemilla leaves. Then when I saw this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Spots and Dots, I realised these photos would be perfect! So,…… Continue reading Raindrops
Primrose yellow is such a gentle, delicate kind of yellow. While the Daffodils, Dandelions and Forsythia are proclaiming the start of spring with their bright sunshine yellow, the primrose is more subtle with its approach. And when adorned with shining raindrops, the picture is complete. These Primroses are in my garden. I’m hoping to have…… Continue reading Delicate Primrose Yellow
Reminding myself that beauty is everywhere. You don’t have to go far to find some. These lovely droplets were on the chives growing in the garden.
In some parts of the world there is a regular rainy season. In Britain sometimes it feels like it’s always rainy season! Our winter this year hasn’t been very wintry really. We’ve had one morning where there was a sprinkling of snow, and perhaps 2 or 3 frosty mornings but for much of the rest…… Continue reading Rainy Season
We’ve been wondering if it will ever stop raining … then it did for a bit so I rushed out in the cold and took some photos of yet more droplets. Merry Christmas from a very wet Wales.
It’s very cold at the moment and the raindrops are all frozen which makes for even prettier droplet photos. This pleases me. 🙂 More later I think … IMG_2147, a photo by suzypud on Flickr.