Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Pictorial Tuesday Link Up 12 8 2020


Window Moisture


Moisture Closeup




You know how it is when the weather just doesn't seem nice enough for an outdoor photo shoot? Well, that's when I start looking for things around the house to photograph, and that is the way it was the day I took this picture. It is straight out of my camera (no cropping; no photoshop) of moisture beads on my kitchen window. To my eye, it did not look like this, but when I took the pictures from my camera to the computer, some look like tiny shells. Or at least I think so. Always love what the naked eye doesn't see, but the camera does. I love, love photography. Always have.

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Peabea

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12 comments:

  1. I often say: the camera is my eye, because I have bad eyes and often see things only at the screen (that can be even a scrap bucket or other things, what I don't want have on my photo!). We have grey days here, but our sunrises can be spectacular: it's only a short time and I capture it from my roof top...after a half hour all is greay again.
    Enjoy the time before Christmas

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  2. I love the window shots! You can see all sorts of images in them.

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  3. Love the window moisture shots, so very nice. Thanks for sharing them.

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  4. Love the window moisture shots, very cool!

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  5. Good eye! Usually people are looking out the window, not on.

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  6. I try to do raindrop shots but there never really work out clearly. Yours are good. They make for textured and patterned photos....

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  7. Such pretty pearls of moisture.

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  8. Love the moisture pattern- like pebbles . It gives a feeling of wonder:)

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  9. loved looking out the windows with you today, peabea! and I'm going to take you up on your invitation to share my photos with you and your friends for the first time. thank you for your open door!

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  10. The drops DO look like shells. Perhaps because of a reflection in the beads? I always enjoy cropping my photos small to see what else might be in there :)

    Your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week is an exciting addition! Thanks for joining us!

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