Raindrops on the Landscape

ISO 1250 37mm F/8.0 1/100 Edited in Lightroom

ISO 1250 37mm F/8.0 1/100 Edited in Lightroom

I have been continuing my experiment with water droplets now moving outside. This time I added water using a mixture of spray and pipet. I have also come to realise that just by adding water doesn’t make a subject more interesting, you need to use both the subject and the water as elements in the composition to make the ordinary exta ordinary. With this image I took the flower petal and tried to make it into a landscape of its own.

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