After The Rain

Sunday, June 25 | |

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Kodak CX7430 Macro, aperture at f4.10, shutter speed at 1/90 sec., focal length of 82mm, no-flash, ISO 80


An indolent thunderstorm had just stopped pouring when I woke up this morning. As I went around the garden, I saw how the heavens had provided refreshment to dry and thirsty plants.

Pour mes amis Français: Un orage nonchalent avait juste arrêté verser quand j'ai réveillé ce matin. Car j'ai circulé le jardin, j'ai vu comment les cieux avaient fourni le rafraîchissement pour sécher et les plantes altérées.

5 comments:

ipanema said...

wow, so green. i like that solitary big drop waiting to fall.

Emer said...

Drops like those fall only when there's more rain. In a way, they're good indicators of good and bad weather. Thanks for liking this picture, Ipanema. :)

Moof said...

Wow! I never knew you had another blog! Et aussi, je ne savais pas que vous parlez français!

Your pictures are amazing! I'm blogrolling this!

cergie said...

Les gouttes de pluies comme celles de rosée rendent toutes choses magnifiques. Après la pluie, le ciel est lavé et la lumière si belle. Coïcidence, j'ai posté ce matin une photo du noisetier que je vois de ma fenêtre de salle de bains sous la pluie...

Emer said...

Bonjour, Moof! Yes, this is the OTHER blog. I enjoy posting here more. I speak a little French only.

Quelle coïncidence gentille, Cergie. Nos deux cieux sont assez généreux pour nous bénir avec les douches magnifiques.

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