Trying my hand at many types of crafty techniques. I enjoy altering, stamping, coloring, etching, and even some metal stamping from time to time..... Darla G
How beautiful plants look with water drops on their leaves. Your citrus fruit looks great. Do you have them growing in the ground or pots? I would have to grow mine in pots, since they prefer a more tropical like environment. Could you please send me some of that precious rain, I could use some. :)
Our fruit trees are in the ground, thanks for the compliment. My husband is in charge of the fruit and I do the flowers. He has done a great job.
The lemons are beautiful. Lucky you lemons here are 69 cents ea.Patsy
Great photo capture on the water droplets!
Darla - so creative & well done!Darn - I wish I had thought to participate in watery wed. - maybe next week.
Water drops on plants and foliage is one of my favorite things to try and capture - these are wonderful. The drops have lots of clarity.Sadly we need a little rain here.
I love the drops of water. Great entry for Watery Wednesday. Thanks for participating! :-)
Boy, you found some great things for Watery Wednesday. I didn't do it this week.
Nice idea for WW...
I love tangerine and grapefruit!!! looks so fresh and ready to eat. You're so lucky to have great fruits like that...
Darla: Very cool photos after your sunshiny rain. It's great that you get fresh fruit.
Hi Darla,Super shots of the delicious looking fruit. It must be nice to be able to go out and pick fresh lemons! BTW, thanks for adding my blog to your blog list!!!
Wow...very nice captures!
Love the water dripping off the lemons and limes...I think they're limes. ;-) Happy Watery Wednesday!
What a lovely series of photographs. Love the water droplet theme.
Love the essence of water droplets and the way you captured it so beautifully :D
Such LUSCIOUS photos! The water dripping on the fruit and leaves is so fresh and beautiful!
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