I took these photographs today in the early morning. And, just like the last post I had on dewdrops, I felt compelled to post it immediately. I feel as if I did a better job this time… although, I loved the first photograph from my last dewdrop series… it is still the strongest, in my opinion. (To see my previous post on dewdrops, click HERE) I had to test out my new wide lens with some macro shots of these drops… probably not the best lens for macro… I think I prefer my standard lens… but it was definitely able to capture the wider, and more distant, view of the spiderwebs that I couldn’t before. So, I guess you could say this new lens has its advantages and disadvantages. The rest of these photographs (that aren’t of spiderwebs) are photographs of the drops I noticed dangling from my husband’s disc golf basket. The way they were hanging from the metal made the scene, and photographs, ever more chilling and wet feeling. I loved getting up-close and personal with these shots because I felt as if I was creating a new world; a world rarely observed by the average, unobservant eye. The spiderwebs transformed into delicate, dewy dreamscapes that granted me a visual moment within their temporal state of existence. Anyways, I hope you enjoy these photographs as much as I enjoyed photographing them. These were too beautiful in black and white to remain in color. I felt it gave them a more dreamy appearance. 🙂
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