This is an old one, but I’ve always loved the reflections in the dewdrops….

Minuscule reflections

And here’s one of the first B&W images that I took and processed…a bit of a noisy image when I transferred it to digital:

Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here


  1. Busy this morning, our Sue! Good choices!

  2. Great macro of raindrops. And I like the black & white one, too!

  3. Great reflections, Sue. When was the black and white taken? It has a very old feel to it, but the grain is probably part of the reason for that

    • Sue

      1982…not that long ago (!)and the grain isn’t grain, I would say but digital ‘noise’ as I upped the contrast. I would need to look at the negatives again, but in those days I usually used FP4 film and frequently Ilford microphen to develop the film, and that wouldn’t have produced a grainy result.

  4. The dewdrops are lovely, Sue. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Sue

      Thanks, Pete! At my old house, and I was in the kitchen, noticed the dewdrops on the magnolia and rushed out to take the image!

  5. Truly loved your dewdrops Sue – one of these days I need to give that a try.

  6. Both of these photos are remarkable Sue. I especially love your flower raindrops photo 😀

  7. Good morning Sue. Before I tell you how much I love the rain drops I must apologise seriously for not visiting your blog and commenting. You visit mine and comment and we seem to have running conversations. It’s like two friends who meet every morning for coffee and then someone says, “You’re always inviting me to your place and I haven’t ever gone. What about tomorrow?”
    Now, I remember when I only ever took black and white and developed them in my friend Ian’s darkroom above the hairdressers salon in Elizabeth Street in the heart of Melbourne. Ian died about six years ago and I still have his Mamiya C220 on my bookshelves. He married the hairdresser and she is still a good friend. Your B&W at the top of the page has really started a string of thoughts and I just might have to write a few posts. When I do it will be your responsibility. Coralie, Ian’s wife, will want to know what made me do it and I’ll just simply say, It was Sue’s fault.

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