Refraction

Dew droplets on a spiderweb at Chelmsford Nature Reserve turning the world upside-down…

Refraction

Refraction” is this week’s WordPress photo challenge theme

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106 thoughts on “Refraction

      1. aj vosse

        Dis vir my een van die beste blog besoeke wat ek kan maak!! Jammer ek is so skaars maar waneer ek ‘n draai maak kom ek altyd vervris weg!! (Verskoon die slegte spelling!!) πŸ˜‰

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          1. aj vosse

            Ek belowe… daars niks lekkerder om weer ‘n stukkie Afrika the besoek op so ne grys, koue nat herfs dag nie!! Not die moeti wat die verlange so ‘n bietjie demp! Dankie!! πŸ˜‰

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            1. de Wets Wild Post author

              En om jou nou ordentlik “home sick” te maak; ons het Saterdag die eerste ordentlike reenbui van die seisoen gehad. Daars mos net iets aan die reuk in die lug na so sterk storm oor is, wat ek glo nie enige ander plek op aarde kan bied nie.

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  1. Mabel Kwong

    Perfect photo for this week’s challenge. Those water droplets are so round, they look a bit like crystal-clear beads. Amazing that you captured the reflection of green grass in them. Looking at the droplets closely, it’s like looking at an upside down world. Well done πŸ™‚

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  2. perdebytjie

    Dit is ongelooflik mooi…die druppels lyk soos pΓͺrels en dan het jy nog die onderstebo beeld ook vasgevang!Dis uitsonderlik!

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Great comparison Ideflex; the sun came out for just a second before and it was the sparkling of the drops that caught my attention, otherwise I would have missed it. Just like jewels. Thank you!

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