I knew this would be the most difficult period to keep my commitment to the project. Other commitments to friends and family, gatherings and the spreading of good cheer would require much time. That and the fact that we are now into the period of prolonged darkness and cold, dreary weather would really create a challenge. It was cold, wet and miserable when went out this morning for a walk into our woodlot, looking for a quick image that would be acceptable for today. I came home thirty minutes later with over twenty really great shots. It’s funny, but that’s how it goes sometimes.
The raindrops on this piece of cane are just part of a long line, all evenly spaced and proportioned. The waxy surface of the cane repels the water and helps them to bead up. If you look carefully you’ll see neighbouring spruce trees reflected in them. Magical!
Sony A-900 – Tamron 90mm – f 2.8 – Macro – ISO 800 – f11 – 1/60.