Natural landscapes: the world of water drops
LEAVES AFTER THE RAIN, BALSAM LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK, NEAR COBOCONK, ONTARIO
An overnight rain left the world gloriously moist and saturated. I was up before anyone else at our church campsites, wandering here and there to find intimate scenes of delight like this. I went for a shallow depth of field to ensure the background would be out of focus and, thus, not competing with the leaves for your attention.
Nikon D90, tripod.
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