Silent Sunday – H2O

About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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61 Responses to Silent Sunday – H2O

  1. Dale says:

    Stunning, Eliza!

  2. Anne says:

    Those large drops capture the ephemeral beauty of water well.

  3. shoreacres says:

    That’s about the amount of rain west Texas has received in past months. I’m sure they’d appreciate your droplets both for their aesthetic beauty and as a possible precursor of “a bit more, if you please”!

  4. Simply beautiful, Eliza.

  5. 💧 What beautiful shades of blue…

  6. Maria says:

    That life giving water. Beautiful photo Eliza. Frame it!

  7. Treah Pichette says:

    Absolutely gorgeous shot! Love it!

  8. Alice says:

    Mesmerizing. Soothing shades. So interesting how the main leaf veins come out of the funnel and grow/flow outwards. Maybe most of the drops will meet.

  9. Not only enchanting, but so needed.

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  11. Tranature - quiet moments in nature says:

    Beautiful water drops Eliza 💙

  12. Murtagh's Meadow says:

    Those droplets are beautiful

  13. Kris P says:

    Beautiful but such is my state of my mind that I read the drops as tears at first.

  14. Debbie says:

    So lovely! Why is it that rain typically seems to come in “too much” or “too little” these days??

  15. Raindrops and diamonds – both beautiful.

  16. Exquisite capture!!🙂

  17. Lovely, Eliza. I was looking at ours and thinking of the same image.

  18. susurrus says:

    How wonderfully blue the hosta is!

  19. Pepper says:

    Lovely raindrops. 😊

  20. It looks like you caught this in the cool of the day. It’s lovely.

  21. Mic. says:

    The blue makes a perfect platform for the raindrops I think. I don’t think I ever noticed leaves like this on any hostas we have. Do I need to pay more attention to them 🙂 or look for a specific variety?

    • Mic. says:

      My spouse answered my question…I need to pay more attention. They don’t look as beautiful as yours but maybe a little rain and cloudiness will transform them. 🙂

      • Eliza Waters says:

        This is a particular variety of hybrid, which happens to have a blue tint. Most of the larger leaved hybrids have a tough exterior, so rain does tend to pool on the surface. The softer-leaved, smaller varieties don’t do this.

  22. Heavenly, Eliza! I think I see you reflecting in one of the two largest water drops. 😉

  23. Love the blue! We are in desperate need of H20 here!

  24. Dalo 2013 says:

    The sight of water droplets always makes be pause and smile, wonderful shot. I am now back in Seattle, and we have had a cool & wet spring ~ although I have to admit I was happy not to experience the past 5-6 weeks of this weather 🙂 but I am enjoying the rain and water for the next couple days before sunshine is set to return.

    • Eliza Waters says:

      The PNW certainly has been catching up on water from last year. My BIL just moved back to the area in North Bend, just to the east. Haven’t been there in over 30 years… I expect it has changed a lot!

  25. Vinny says:

    Amazing photo Eliza

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