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A Drop of Springtime

May 9, 2018  |  by Bryan Pfeiffer  |  18 comments

Three White Trilliums (Trillium grandiflorum), the sprouting woods, and the open sky reflected in a single dewdrop at a leaf tip of yet another White Trillium today in Wixom, Michigan.

Not a snow globe, but rather a natural spring globe.

18 comments
  1. Mary OBrien says:

    Thank you for sharing….such a shot!!,

  2. Carol R. Heffer says:

    That is so incredibly beatiful. You have the eyes of an eagle and the heart of a dove!

  3. Ann M Creaven says:

    awesome….

  4. Nancy Wasserman says:

    Very cool! Which camera?

  5. Pam Ploof says:

    This magical photo reminds me of a William Blake poem

    To see the world in a grain of sand
    And a heaven in a wild flower
    Hold infinity in the palm of your hand
    And Eternity in an hour

    (First 4 lines of William Blake’s poem “Auguries of Innocence)

  6. Susan Carr says:

    That blows me away!

  7. Rita Pitkin says:

    Wow, cool! Thank you.

  8. Kate Kruesi says:

    OMG, Bryan! You are an awesome macro photographer. . . Beautiful. And inspiring after taking a class with you!

  9. Diana Van Buren says:

    WOW. Brilliant and gorgeous, Bryan. Thank you.

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