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Waterdrops on dandelion heads. Canon 7D, 100mm macro
Every little thing in nature is an entire universe – Miro
A friend of mine saw this photo and wrote the following…I just had to share it:
You can tell this photo was taken at least 8 billion years after the Big Bang. The scorching heat of the initial blast has given way to warm rays of light and the first combination of a life-forming element. Deep in the backwaters of the universe on a small plant, appears a small microscopic organism, blue in color and round in shape. It forms the first water drop-a reminder that one day there will be rain. Unfortunately, gravity is too weak to pull the droplet to the surface. Even worse it cannot prevent the loss of the vapor forming the droplet. Therefore God’s first gift, this small basic element, unable to count on gravity or wind slowly evaporates. Except for the timeless moment of art captured by the photographer there would be no record of the beginning of life on earth: the creation of one element essential to the development of mankind: water.