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Drops of water on a sheet of glass treated with Rain-X, above a flower head.

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(ref. 2148, 08/2005, Minolta A2)

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Originally from Manchester, UK, now living in Warsaw, Poland and Tarifa, Spain, but also travelling frequently.

I currently use a Nikon D300 with Sigma lenses (18-250, 150-500, 105) and, for travel, a Sony NEX-7 with Sony (18-55, 55-210) and Tamron (18-200) lenses.

Enough of the boring stuff… on with the show.

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Comments

  • monaiman
    monaimanover 5 years ago

    BEAUTIFUL !!! a fav for me ;)

  • Lois  Bryan
    Lois Bryanover 5 years ago

    this is sooooooo cool!!!! imaginative, creative and soooo beautiful!!!! Not only that, but technically total perfection!!!!!

  • karenuk1969
    karenuk1969over 5 years ago

    Stunning, excellent effect!

  • LudaNayvelt
    LudaNayveltover 5 years ago

    fantastic

  • Angel Warda
    Angel Wardaover 5 years ago

    stunning!!!!

  • JADEAJLANI
    JADEAJLANIover 5 years ago

    Awesome

  • oddoutlet
    oddoutletover 5 years ago

    such a cool shot! Good thinking!

  • jesika
    jesikaover 5 years ago

    Beautiful work.
    j

  • SusanR
    SusanRover 5 years ago

    stunning!!!

  • LisaR
    LisaRover 5 years ago

    Wow amazing shot! Rain-x ? I know I can be a little thick but what is that?

  • Hey, not thick at all, Lisa! I’d never heard of it either until another photographer tipped me off. It’s stuff you put on the windscreen of your car to help keep it clear. For a photo like this it enables you to get much higher beads of water.

    – AJM Photography

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