"Echoes of the Supernal"  © Doug Benner
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(@Jobe60) Johann breiner said:May 19th, 2012 (11:49pm) PDT
beautiful work ! Wonderful impression !
(@derfla1969)  said:May 19th, 2012 (3:44am) PDT
Fantastic macro image. Really nice work.
(@MimEisenberg) Mim Eisenberg said:May 18th, 2012 (6:37am) PDT
Marvelous refraction, Doug. And oh, how I love Edward Abbey!
(@Michael) Michael D. Friedman said:May 17th, 2012 (8:24pm) PDT
Great work!
(@lorenzo) Lorenzo Cassina said:May 17th, 2012 (7:38pm) PDT
The drop master one more time presenting a wonderful creation. Congrats Doug!
Appreciate your recent comments! Lorenzo
(@davercox) Dave Cox said:May 17th, 2012 (6:55pm) PDT
(@scottmiller) Scott Miller said:May 17th, 2012 (2:20pm) PDT
Doug, you just constantly nail these water drops!
(@sasastro) sas astro said:May 17th, 2012 (1:41pm) PDT
beautiful photo, beautiful quote
(@davidmcmahon) David McMahon said:May 17th, 2012 (1:34pm) PDT
Doug, your Nature shots always stop me in my tracks. Without fail. That globule is like a lens.
(@SilenaLambertini) Silena Lambertini said:May 17th, 2012 (1:04pm) PDT
Bellissimo piccolo universo
(@timbutler54) Tim Butler said:May 17th, 2012 (9:59am) PDT
Just when I think these can't possibly get any better.....
(@MickeydelPilar) Michael del Pilar said:May 17th, 2012 (9:28am) PDT
Beautiful narrative perfectly describes this stunning image....the echoes of the celestial are reflected in the the way you captured one larger water drop hanging delicately from a twig while another smaller one is perched on top on one directly above it...creating a yin yang effect both in size and juxtaposition...nicely rendered, Doug !
(@rich007) Rich Mayer said:May 17th, 2012 (9:18am) PDT
As good as it gets!! Congrats.
(@migusilva) Miguel António de Almeida e Silva said:May 17th, 2012 (8:14am) PDT
The world within a drop. fantastic macro.

Doug Benner
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"If a man's imagination were not so weak, so easily tired, if his capacity for wonder were not so limited...he would learn to perceive in water, leaves, and silence more than sufficient of the absolute and marvelous, more than enough to console him for the loss of the ancient dreams."

Edward Abbey, in "Desert Solitaire"

Uploaded: May 17th, 2012 (8:06am)
Category: Macro
GPS: Lat: 40.09115, Lon: -76.83803
Camera: Canon 450D with Tamron 90mm

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