Dancing drops of rain

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Jean Gregory Evans on February 12, 2009

Lovely colors and wonderful photos!

Jean

Jasmine Waterman on February 17, 2009

Hi,Sue.Your picture is impressive.

I find that you are so active.It seems that you have a tongue in your head!Are you an Australian?

You can have a look at my pictures if you like.They were taken in my hometown,Beijing.Maybe they are not good enough,but I'm still glad to share them with you.

And looking forward to seeing more pictures taken by you.

Greetings from Beijing,China.

Jasmine

scml on February 19, 2009

Hi Sue...really like this one...love the colours..love the rain on the water...great view...just a really perfect shot...very very nice...

Only thing missing is a lovely verse to go with it.....

All the best from Sandy :)

Sue Allen on February 19, 2009

Jazz, FlinstoneRO, capicua, Jean, Jasmine and Sandy, Thank you so much for all your kind words! I'm so sorry I'm very slack doing my replies on here lately, I keep just running out of energy and getting rather down at how far behind I am. I keep writing poems instead of catching up!

jasmine, I am an aussie, although born in England, so more blue blood than most Aussies. tee hee hee.

Sandy, I have written a poem and put it on the other picture, as the raindrops are bigger on that one. This is especially for your request

Thank you all once again, I really do appreciate your lovely messages. I cannot promise to be more reliable with my replies just yet though. I am just so hit and miss with everything I do...:(

My very best wishes to you all,

Sue

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on February 25, 2009

Imagine this.......You are out for an afternoon stroll. The weather turns nasty, threatening clouds and heavy rain.

Suddenly; the heavens open, monsoon like rain cascades from the sky, You run for cover in the hope of escaping the torrent and there in the corner of your eye you see something strange. You look again in amazement, in disbelief.

No, it is not a figment of your imagination, it is some zany woman replete with brolly and camera in hand merrily snapping away!!

You walk away knowing that you are normal and there are some things in life that have no logic or explanation !!

Ah well----- ;>)))

Jim

scml on February 26, 2009

Now Jim...this sounds like the perfect afternoon for a crazy photographer...but you forgot to mention Sue's leg thrown up over the edge of the pool to keep her balance...shoe becoming soaked in the water..her staying very still to allow the water to become calm again to get her beautiful shot...definately an artist at work :)

thor☼odin™ on February 26, 2009

wow this is a real eye-treat Susan only I miss your poetic skills here :) I have never seen raindrops as eager as yours! Thank you, Peter

Murat Kurtel on February 26, 2009

Congratulations a beautiful shot

My January Contest

LichtenHansen on February 26, 2009

Beautiful perspective and colors. Great shot. Voted best of

I hope you will visit My contest photos: Antarctica Highlights

Greetings from Denmark, Allan LichtenHansen.

Michael A. Pershyn on February 27, 2009

Very stylish and pictorial photo, Susan. To flash a moment in eternal memories is the real art - I'm really impressed by the drops :-)

Well done, Michael

Sue Allen on March 5, 2009

Thank you all for your lovely comments. They are so entertaining to read, and I'm very sorry about being so slack in replying lately. There are just not enough hours in a day, end of story, but I really do so appreciate you taking the time to comment!

Very best wishes to you all, oh and

thorodin, there is a poem about this picture right here! :)

Sue

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  • Uploaded on January 24, 2009
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    by Sue Allen
    • Camera: Traveler DC-X5
    • Taken on 2009/01/25 12:16:28
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/276)
    • Focal Length: 6.40mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.200
    • ISO Speed: ISO64
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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