Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Watch Your Step



On Sunday evening while watching 'Cosmos' on TV
 I learned that there is an entire 'universe' in a single dew drop.

Well.....in that case I better watch where I am going the next time I am in the garden!!







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    1. Sure is Sharon. So much 'life' everywhere!

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  2. the things we don't know or understand!

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    1. Watching 'Cosmos' can certainly push those limits of understanding to a whole new dimension, Joyce.
      Can make one's head hurt!

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  3. If you don't know this story, "Horton Hears A Who", then go to the children's section of the library and read it! You will be glad you did! Have a wonderful day in your part of the world!

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  4. I will never look at another dew drop in the same way (especially after seeing these glorious photos).

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    1. Hey Mitchell! Thanks, can make one feel mighty small with all these 'universes' everywhere!! lol

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    1. Hi Kathy, glad you liked this.
      How are those projects going?

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  6. Oh my, that is exquisite, Jim. Watch your step indeed!

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    1. Thanks Carol. It is fun to visit 'other worlds' through our lens, right?

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  7. I am SO happy that show is on TV!

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    1. Me too Tony! G
      Forces us to think way beyond our 'little box'.

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  8. Beautiful, Jim! Looks like someone is enjoying some macro photography :)

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    1. I used that new little gadget called an extension tube, not a lens but attaching to my regular lens. It is limited I am finding and the quality of the image isn't as precise as our marco lens. But it is fun!

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  9. Not too much dew around here, but you know what the poet said about a grain of sand. Your pictures are stunning.

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    1. Hey Inger! I don't know what's worse.....arid or soggy? Maybe somewhere in between?

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  10. Beautiful photo ~ and don't you love Cosmos! And there's been a lot of geology on it too! Have a great evening!

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    1. Yes I do Louise! Geology? What's that?! lol

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    2. Just one of my passions! LOL!
      Sheldon called it: the Kardashian of the sciences on a recent BBT!
      Let me tell you, the air turned a French blue around me! Have a good one!

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  11. I've never seen Cosmos and now I want to!
    Love the photos.

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    1. Terry, it is very well done and narrated. Except occasionally sounding like a Spielberg/Disney production at times, I think it is really well done and informative. Ypu may just like it.
      Thanks, having fun with the marco extension tube.

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  12. What lovely reflections in those droplets!

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    1. Hi Pat. Thank you. I am still 'working with' that macro extension tube. I am finding it can only do so much and can't be 'pushed' like a macro lens can.

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