Leaves | Dewdrops | Tiny Suns

The early morning sunlight shined through grape leaves near our path. Tiny drops of dew still clung to the points on the edge of the leaves. Each one sparkled brightly with a miniature sun inside.


8 thoughts on “Leaves | Dewdrops | Tiny Suns

  1. Jim Wheeler

    A grape leaf, if I’m not mistaken. When my mother canned dill pickles, she commonly included some grape leaves in the jar. What that did, I don’t know, but they were very good.

  2. shoreacres

    i do enjoy back-lit images, and this is a fine one. Being able to combine backlighting with dew drops makes things even better. We could use some raindrops or dew drops, either one. There was a smash-o-crack-o storm that made it to Houston this weekend, but it didn’t make the extra effort to come south another thirty miles and clear the coast.Maybe this week.

    1. Jim R Post author

      We were in the right place at the right time. Maybe you will also have that for the next rain storm. Just don’t get a 12″ gully washer.


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