Beautiful Bubbles

What is it about tiny water droplets that can fascinate us so?  They physics of how and why they form are best left to those who can explain surface tension and capillary action.  For me all I need to know is that they are such a simple but oh so very beautiful fact of nature.  I converted the image from color to b&w because I felt the “bubbles” stood out better.

AV – F/5.6 – ISO 100 – 1/400 – 100mm macro – image cropped

Original color image

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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography.
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14 Responses to Beautiful Bubbles

  1. bulldogsturf says:

    Its funny that the B&W brings them out so much clearer.. I commented on another blog today how I often use B&W when checking on photos that I have had to manipulate to improve lighting etc… B&W shows the errors so much better… must have something to do with the contrast… Beautiful photo though.. nearly forgot to mention that, wandering mind of an old man…

  2. I speak wandering mind fluently 🙂 I agree, b&w will bring out things that color often covers. It is fun to see a photo in both options to see how they compare and contrast.

  3. tedgriffith says:

    Woderfully done, Teri! I really like how the B&W came out. 🙂

  4. ChgoJohn says:

    Incredible how visible the petals “veins” are in the B&W copy. I never would have thought that possible. Great shot, Teri.

  5. One of my fav photographs has water droplets on it. These are so lovely, Teri!

  6. dhphotosite says:

    Tiny bubbles….really a great shot Teri !!! The B&W is superb!!!

  7. Love the color of that rose but I think I like the b&w much better for this shot. Great job.

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