John Mallaney

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Water Droplets

I have been sitting twiddling my thumbs during the last week or so due to the constant winds and heavy rain.  Not living near the coast where there must be some spectacular photographic opportunities at the moment, I decided to try and have a go at water drop photography.  Not having (or indeed wishing to pay a small fortune for) the professional water drop kit, I achieved the following shots with a macro lens, flashgun, glass bowl and of course a  suspended bag of water punctured by a needle. Adapt and overcome, as they say.

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6 Responses to “Water Droplets”

  1. captureyouphotography

    I love the colors in this picture it is truly amazing. Funny how when we get bored we find ways to entertain ourselves.LOL.

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    • John Mallaney

      Agreed, I have been extremely bored recently with the weather however, tomorrow is looking reasonable, so me and my camera may see some freedom. Many thanks

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