Monday, November 18, 2013

Nature's beauty, No. 17

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I certainly would like to know how these dew drops formed as far apart as they did. And what makes them not slide together? Is it the surface tension of the water juxtaposed with the stickiness of the spiderweb? And on that top strand, whatever made those eight larger dew drops form alongside dozens of teensy ones? You can tell the wind blew as I took the photo, but I just had to share it with y'all. Someone may know the answers to my questions! I'm having a blast with these dew and fog photos.

5 comments:

Madge Bloom said...

X marks the spot... love the water droplets, they are nature's jewels....

VP said...

They look like pearls!

Melissa said...

I don't know how you manged to focus so clearly on these water droplets! Each photo is so beautiful! This one reminds me of a childhood string game called Cat's Cradle. Except as VP says, on a string of pearls!

Randy said...

Like little diamonds.

Sharon Creech said...

That does it: I'm out to capture dew drops . . .