My world in a raindrop

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trikermike on March 9, 2009

HO HO HO! In my world...there are millions of raindrops Leo but none as revealing as this individaul, how do you get all that in one wee drop of watter?

Mike

Leo Roundtree on March 9, 2009

Mike,

Here in the dry high plains of Eastern Washington, we don't have so many raindrops as in your world. So, we have to make every drop count and cram as much into each one as we can. It's a tough job, but someone has to do it.

Cheers, Leo and thanks for the visit

trikermike on March 10, 2009

....the only thing I can add here is...Sorry mate! no offence meant, your 'High Plains' must be as dry as my humour then.

Take Care, Buddy

Mike

Leo Roundtree on March 10, 2009

Mike,

Absolutely no offense taken.

I'm sorry if I gave the impression that I didn't appreciate your humor. After reading the exchanges among you, Billy, Mira and Amelia, I would be honored to be included in a group where we can enjoy each other's humor as well as photos.

Take care, Leo

trikermike on March 11, 2009

HUH! Tell me about it! I would too, but I can't afford the fees (astronomical, for those stars!) Maybe you and I could set up a branch of Alternative humour?, waddya think Leo?

Mike from GEORDIE LAUGHTER LAND!

trikermike on March 11, 2009

PS WHAYE MAN, THEORS NEE NEED TE APPLE-OLOGISE , LIKE. YEEV NOT DUN NOWT WRANG, LIKE. AA WUZ ON THE WRANG SIDE OF THE TRACK.

Leo Roundtree on March 11, 2009

Mike,

Sounds like we've got the makings of a new club. I've been accused of alternative humor all me life. Groucho Marx once said "I don't want to belong to any club that would accept me as a member", but I am willing to risk it.

I'm afraid, though, that we'll have to converse in English because Google Translate does not include Geordie Like French, I can read it, but don't speak it at all. As with most of us in the colonies, I am not bilingual. I'm barely lingual.

Cheers, Leo

trikermike on March 11, 2009

Eh?

Say what?

Pardonez moi?

Leo Roundtree on March 11, 2009

Exactly!

trikermike on March 12, 2009

"I think we need a 'sanity clause' right here and now"

Sanity clause? there ain't no Sanity clause!

from 'Duck Soup' or something silimar!

Mike _ totally and categorilla key in total agreement with you sir!_

Leo Roundtree on March 12, 2009

Again with the The Damned Sanity Clause! I don't know about a sanity clause, but I do have a preposition for you...

From, Leo

trikermike on March 12, 2009

Oy vey! da last time I had a one a dem prepositions, I was in da caboose for a week!

Hazel Coetzee on April 16, 2009

What a lovely novel photo this is, Leo. I zoomed in and observed your world and nearly broke my neck upside down but it looks even more intriguing that way round!!! But it is beautiful, I love it.

(Now I need to go make a good cuppa tea while trying to swivel my neck round the right way again!!)

Warmest wishes, Hazel, South Africa

Leo Roundtree on April 16, 2009

Hazel,

Thank you for your wonderful comments and sorry about the neck. Hope the tea helped!

I had the same problem until my son gave me a laptop computer last month. Now, I can turn the pictures upside down instead of my head.

Best wishes from America, Leo

Patricia Hiele on November 19, 2009

The macro of the drop reveals so much Leo!

great catch!! Patricia

Leo Roundtree on November 21, 2009

Thank you, Patricia.

Greetings, Leo

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  • Uploaded on March 5, 2009
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    by Leo Roundtree
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-FZ18
    • Taken on 2009/03/05 10:47:06
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/250)
    • Focal Length: 4.60mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.500
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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