Random ramblings from the cluttered brain of a Brit ex-pat North Devonian trying to keep cool in the steamy summers and warm in the frosty winters of The Great White North.
Thanks goodness for Mr. Sunshine! I like your picture. I haven't had much luck photographing rain drops.
um. you weren't driving were you? I'm the only one silly enough to take pictures while driving. Just once, I promise. And it was sunny.
By not using your wipers, the raindrops look even better! This proves once more that rain pics cann be really nice! Taking them indoors give certain advantages for you and the camera!
Can you send a bit of sunshine over here? We've had rain all week!
That;s a pretty shot though--I just stopped by to say hello to you and look for pics of your handsome grandson.
I do like an apologetic sunshine! How nice of it! The picture looks sad though. I always think raindrops on windows look sad....
Lovely, moody image, ex-S. Regarding your recent comment on my blog.. Please send me an email (addie is in my sidebar) and I'll help you out with putting something together. I'd be happy to do what I can. :)
It looks like it may be a while before we get the sun's apology down here. (sigh)
Those are the kinds of photos I like when we've been going through times of drought
Great picture. We've had a couple of dry days and I managed to mow the front lawn today. Apparently rain is on its way, though. It is April, after all.
We don't really see rain like that and almost never have thunder - very dramatic, beautiful picture of humongous raindrops!
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Good capture. Hope you kept your eyes on the road. We're suppose to have thunderstorms here later on.
Rain I would welcome...sun would be a miracle...but rain helps the snow melt just like the sun.
I took a similar photo months ago (not as nice as yours), but I liked this one so much, I tried it again in last night's rainy commute. I used a manual focus on the window drops, and set it for a long exposure. It was a good idea, but my set didn't turn out quite right.
Very creative photo!
I do like an appology after such rudness. Great drops of rain picture.
See? I told you the snow would go away! You had SUNSHINE too? No fair!
Super drops of rain.
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