rain, followed by rain, followed by more rain

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It finally stopped raining today but I tried to get some images between the drops.  I like shooting plants and flowers in the rain because the light is usually nice and even and there are no harsh shadows.  Plus I like the look of the rain drops on them.

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24 thoughts on “rain, followed by rain, followed by more rain

      1. Melinda Green Harvey

        Huh. Falls in drop formation, you say? From the sky? How often does this occur? Is it frightening? Do you have special protective gear to keep from getting “wet” from the “rain”?

      2. oneowner Post author

        YES!!! FROM THE SKY!!! Around here it falls nearly everyday (even as I write) an it can be very frightening, especially for Emo. Cotton may be “the fabric of your life” where you are but here it’s Gore-Tex and Polar Fleece.

  1. Earl

    My favorite may be the second one, 5602, Ken. I don’t know if it’s the aspect ratio of the photo or that it shows a little more leaves.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thank, Chantal. I wish these were Bergenia because they have nice flowers. These are plain old hostas and, although they flower also, they’re not as nice as Bergenia.

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  2. Paul

    We’ve been getting quite a soaking, of late, too. I can just manage to get out and cut the grass between these soakings. Looks like you’ve done something much more fun than cutting grass. Perhaps the neighborhood association can be persuaded to back off a bit while I got and photograph. 😀

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