A Drop of Springtime
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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.
Thank you for sharing….such a shot!!,
Thanks, Mary. I’ll try to find more of those droplets.
That is so incredibly beatiful. You have the eyes of an eagle and the heart of a dove!
What a kind comment. Thanks, Carol!
Yep, nature’s that way! 🙂
Very cool! Which camera?
My Nikon Coolpix B700.
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)
This is lovely. Thanks, Pam. Made my day!
That blows me away!
Thanks, Susan. I’ll search for more of them!
Wow, cool! Thank you.
You’re most welcome, Rita. Watch for more of these.
OMG, Bryan! You are an awesome macro photographer. . . Beautiful. And inspiring after taking a class with you!
Hi Kate, Another shocker: I shot this as 1/25th.
WOW. Brilliant and gorgeous, Bryan. Thank you.
Nice to hear from you, Diana!