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Leo Roundtree on October 30, 2011

Thank you very much, Marion.

I'm working on a website where I plan to post about 100 water drop photos along with some flowers (mostly roses), and a few macros.

I'll let you know when it's ready to view.

Warmest regards, Leo

Cindy Breen on October 30, 2011

Hi Leo

You are up late..

I look forward to seeing them you are very clever at this and i love roses so it will be very interesting to see i look forward to seeing the finished product.

I have been without the Internet for a few weeks so in the meantime I was trying to get my pictures in order all 36.000 of them LOL any way i put some mostly sunsets to music and they came out nice as well I am going to put some up on you tube so I will send the link when i have it set up...

Best wishes Marion

Leo Roundtree on October 30, 2011

Thank you for your very kind compliment, Marion. Yes, it's almost 1:00 am already. Meryl is decorating cakes for our grandson's birthday party tomorrow, so I took this opportunity to visit my pano friends.

I can't wait to see your video on You Tube. I love your sunsets and am anxious to hear your choice of music. Classical I presume?

Warm regards, Leo

Дмитрий Валтонен on November 8, 2011

wow!! very creative! was it an air bubble that created this splash inside a soap bubble? Well done, Leo! Brilliant work! Best wishes to you))

Leo Roundtree on November 8, 2011

Thank you very much, Dmitriy.
The splash inside the soap bubble was made by a drop of water. Surprisingly the drop will pass through the soap bubble without popping it.

Best wishes, Leo

Luud Riphagen on November 21, 2011

Very interesting experiments Leo I like them all , good work ! Regards Luud

Leo Roundtree on November 21, 2011

Thank you, Luud. Your "Golden Crown" was one of my inspirations to try drops photography.

Best wishes, Leo

Alireza Javaheri on November 22, 2011
  • Very nice shot - LIKE
Leo Roundtree on November 23, 2011

Thank you, Alireza, for your kind words and LIKE.

Best wishes, Leo

SALCHEE on November 29, 2011

Gives my thoughts an impulse ... Frozen in time! Great! Miki

Leo Roundtree on November 29, 2011

Thank you, Miki, for your thoughtful comments.

Greetings, Leo

A.SKINNER on December 23, 2011

Fantastic Photo's as always Leo. Our best wishes for Christmas and the New Year. Anita :)

Leo Roundtree on December 28, 2011

Thank you, Anita, for your kind Holiday wishes. Sorry for the delayed response. I was on vacation away from my computer for a very long eight days (that's a lifetime without a computer). :)

I hope you had a Merry Christmas and wish you health and happiness in 2012.

Happy New Year, Leo

joyfotos on October 24, 2012

Wow! Both of these are pretty amazing! I missed this development in the water drops. I love the colors in this one and the feel of 3-D in the whole shot on this one. Great textures in the background also. YSL! I thought it was unreal how you said the drop of water passes through the soap bubble without popping it.

Leo Roundtree on October 27, 2012

Thank you, JF, for the YSL and your great description of this shot. I think it is interesting to note that the water is perfectly clear and all the color comes from the background. Also, I was surprised to learn that usually three or four drops will pass through the bubble before it bursts. Thank you for taking the time to find this one buried so deep in my gallery.

Warmest regards, Leo

stacy metcalf on August 2

Intrigued by your artistic talent LeoRoundtree , i was browsing your "Abstract" tag when this top notch capture jumped out at me. When i read your title i laughed :'D

awards and respect

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  • Uploaded on October 17, 2011
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Leo Roundtree
    • Camera: Canon EOS REBEL T1i
    • Taken on 2011/03/19 10:59:04
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 85.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/25.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • Flash fired