"Field of Clover"  © Doug Benner
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(@LindaEdgecombPhotography) Linda Edgecomb said:June 2nd, 2012 (2:05pm) PDT
Superb capture...excellent clarity and optics!
(@ricar2000) Ricardo Luis Alves said:May 31st, 2012 (2:04pm) PDT
(@foothillsphoto) Neil Jolly said:May 30th, 2012 (8:07pm) PDT
Pretty much just plain awesome Doug! The inversion was an excellent idea.
(@photodoctor) Luc Mena said:May 30th, 2012 (2:43pm) PDT
ah Doug,your images keep getting better...!:)
(@Leckie1463) Todd Leckie said:May 28th, 2012 (6:02pm) PDT
I love these images! Well done!!
(@nemi1968) Cecilie Sønsteby said:May 28th, 2012 (6:28am) PDT
Excellency at it´s best :)
(@MikeThompson) Mike Thompson said:May 27th, 2012 (9:18pm) PDT
Well I'm suitably impressed. Great work.
(@migusilva) Miguel AntĂłnio de Almeida e Silva said:May 27th, 2012 (8:50am) PDT
wowowo, GORGEOUS drop. Great macro
(@JadeCarbone) Jade Carbone said:May 27th, 2012 (7:37am) PDT
Beautiful mini globe of life....your work is truly amazing Doug!
(@Joanot) Joanot said:May 27th, 2012 (7:05am) PDT
great capture !!
(@Cathy) Cathy Donohoue said:May 27th, 2012 (5:53am) PDT
Fav for me Doug. I love a drop shot and yours are always outstanding!
(@yasumiyamiya) mitsu miya said:May 27th, 2012 (4:29am) PDT
amazing !!
(@IsabelleV) Isabella V. said:May 27th, 2012 (4:29am) PDT
(@mauropasquero) mauro pasquero said:May 27th, 2012 (4:13am) PDT
Beautiful !!!
(@pandora) pandora said:May 27th, 2012 (4:03am) PDT
unbelievable details and crispness in this droplet! the world in this tiny water body... love it!!!
(@Nalini) Alex Greenshpun said:May 27th, 2012 (2:43am) PDT
Wonderful detail and sharpness!
(@Maligne) Eva Lechner said:May 27th, 2012 (1:15am) PDT
Absolutely stunning!
(@pietflour) piet flour said:May 26th, 2012 (10:50pm) PDT
stunning universe
(@timbutler54) Tim Butler said:May 26th, 2012 (10:37pm) PDT
Absolutely stunning Doug. Just remarkable!
(@davercox) Dave Cox said:May 26th, 2012 (10:16pm) PDT
An outstanding and brilliantly clever images, as always, Doug.
(@SilenaLambertini) Silena Lambertini said:May 26th, 2012 (9:03pm) PDT
Perfetta Doug, come sempre
(@lorenzo) Lorenzo Cassina said:May 26th, 2012 (8:41pm) PDT
Extreme macro with lots of details. Great work Doug!
(@stephenoachs) Stephen W. Oachs said (72dpi Admin):May 26th, 2012 (7:16pm) PDT
I bought a macro lens and it's due any day. I bought it because of your work and because you have inspired me to seek the work of the TINY! As usual, yet another wonderful capture. I may be emailing you for some guidance soon!
(@MickeydelPilar) Michael del Pilar said:May 26th, 2012 (6:50pm) PDT
Fantastic image, Doug....all that depth and perspective in a drop of water...remarkable clarity...this is the epitome of artistry !
(@rich007) Rich Mayer said:May 26th, 2012 (5:07pm) PDT
One of your best!!
(@JKKimball) John Kimball said:May 26th, 2012 (4:54pm) PDT
Like a world within a world! Love this Doug.
(@mcmac) Ian McGregor said:May 26th, 2012 (4:52pm) PDT
(@MimEisenberg) Mim Eisenberg said:May 26th, 2012 (4:48pm) PDT
This is one of my favorite refraction shots EVER, Doug.

Doug Benner
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Every now and then I like to invert a water drop image to feature the scene inside. I just shot this image today and I liked the detail inside the drop, so I turned it upside down.

I've always been fascinated by using water drops as miniature lenses. When the scene inside is captured, the background is muted.

Uploaded: May 26th, 2012 (4:02pm)
Category: Macro
GPS: Lat: 40.09063, Lon: -76.83665
Camera: Canon 450D with Tamron 90mm

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