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By AntonR
My attempt at some water droplets. Rather than the traditional balancing droplet, I thought I'd try some interesting water patterns. It's addictive and frustrating at the same time!

Tags: Close-up and macro

Voters: steve5452, MONKEY, malleader and 12 more

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steve5452 17 15 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2005 10:53AM
I like this and for a 1st attempt its good I have tried so many times and given up. Click [:o)
EricaC 17 34 United States
1 Feb 2005 11:44AM
Nice job!
silburkp 17 3 England
1 Feb 2005 12:40PM
Good timing.
Falconer 17 16
1 Feb 2005 12:53PM
great quality!
Elimare 17 12
1 Feb 2005 1:01PM
I agree, good timing! Excellent shot.
jeakap 17
1 Feb 2005 1:14PM
really nice!
1 Feb 2005 2:28PM
Good picture. I really like it.
sbeck 17
1 Feb 2005 2:39PM
Cool. I'd like to try doing one of these someday soon too. I bet it ain't as easy as it looks!! -click-

1 Feb 2005 5:31PM
Bang! I think u've nailed it...very nice!

csurry 20 9.2k 92
2 Feb 2005 1:35AM
It is a good attempt, but you really need a macro lense. I think using the 17-40 plus ext. tube isn't allowing enough DOF. You really need to get bot sides of the crown in focus.

It is a fun way to waste a dull afternoon though.

You caught a good moment in the life of the drop though
AntonR 17 3
2 Feb 2005 2:19AM
Yes, you're right DOF was a problem and getting consistently sharp results was very difficult. It was taken at F8, 1/2000 sec. It was also a very dreary afternoon Grin

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