Tuesday, December 27, 2011

sometimes sunlight

and
pendulous raindrops
create such ephemeral constellations

15 comments:

Sharon said...

Oh, I like these very much.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Fascinating. It reminds me of Julie having created some light photos by leaving leaves and seeds in the sun on light-sensitive paper, which are now framed and hanging in her mother's dining room.

We were away for the holidays and I am just catching up with your posts today. The hospital gingerbread event looks like it was a good boost for morale and team building.

Birdman said...

Mother nature can play some fun games with us. Almost magical!

Jilly said...

How absolutely lovely.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Extraordinary images Brattcat, just one gust of wind and it will all vanish, so very delicate. I hope you had a brilliant Christmas.

Don't unplug your hub said...

Beautiful!

Birdman said...

BC,
re Longfellow's remains
He was not interred here. His mother, father and few other family members were. He is buried in Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge MA.

Lowell said...

It looks to me like you shot these underwater! Very special photos!

Bob Crowe said...

Yes, organic but somehow more than that. On the prosaic side, it does remind me of how the world looked before I had my cataract surgeries.

slim said...

Yes, ethereal is a good descriptor . . . nature's jewels.

Hilda said...

Magical!

I hope you had a wonderful holiday with your loved ones. Wishing you a beautiful and happy new year too!

Gunn said...

Beautiful images!

JM said...

Amazing! I thought it was Christmas lights... Well done, Brattcat!

Sharon Creech said...

Stunning - wondrous - perfecto! Love that you caught something so transient, so fleeting, so delicate.

Irina said...

Bravo.