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Photo of the Day ~ Abstract Patterns Category ~ May 03, 2009

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Dewdrops
by Evy Johansen (evy) 
Camera:
Canon EOS 350-D / Canon Digital Rebel XT
Location:
Frederikssund
 
Denmark

Photographer Notes:
None.


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sue anne rush commented on May 03, 2009 17:32:
That's alot of drops. Nicely done. Is that on a window?
Teri Moyer commented on May 03, 2009 18:54:
Line and circles make a great abstract! As always, very well seen and Congrats on this POTD!
Linn Smith commented on May 03, 2009 19:10:
Your unique eye scores again with this terrific abstract, Evy! Well seen with great lighting...congratulations on another great POTD!
Mustafa Kizilcay commented on May 03, 2009 19:38:
A brillant image, Evy. Congratulations!
Robin-Lee Vieira commented on May 03, 2009 20:06:
Wonderful vision..and perfectly captured! The light & clarity remarkable...an excellent macro and POTD! Congrats Evy! :)
Robin-Lee Vieira commented on May 03, 2009 20:15:
oops...this is not a macro but an abstract..and an excellent one! Congrats again Evy!
Pat Abbott commented on May 03, 2009 20:57:
A great macro Evy! Congrats!
Evy Johansen commented on May 03, 2009 21:28:
Thank you very much Sue Anne, Teri, Linn, Mustafa, Robin-Lee and Pat! And thank you PV for picking this as a POTD!! It is dew on the underside of the lid of a cold frame - is this the right word? I could not find other words in my dictionary, but at another photo site some people did not know this word. According to Wikipedia a cold frame is a transparent-roofed enclosure, built low to the ground, used to protect plants from cold weather. The transparent top admits sunlight and prevents heat escape via c
Evy Johansen commented on May 03, 2009 21:30:
Ops.... .... The transparent top admits sunlight and prevents heat escape via convection that would otherwise occur, particularly at night. Essentially, a cold frame functions as a miniature greenhouse season extension device.
Al Mullen commented on May 03, 2009 23:16:
I love those metallic looking beads.
ellen hodges commented on May 03, 2009 23:23:
Congrats on a super image, Evy!!
mike marshall commented on May 04, 2009 00:17:
Great eye, Evy. What's interesting, too, are the various sizes of the dewdrops. I expected to see them rather uniform in size. Excellent abstract!
Evy Johansen commented on May 04, 2009 00:44:
Thank you so much Al, Ellen and Mike!!
Norma Smiles commented on May 04, 2009 07:40:
Very well seen and photographed, Evy. You have got a great eye. Congratulations.
Kirsten Kjaer commented on May 04, 2009 12:44:
Super lines and details, Evy. Congrats on a very unique potd.
Evy Johansen commented on May 04, 2009 14:21:
Thank you, Norma and Kirsten! I appreciate your kind comments!!
Patrice Cigallio Wesa commented on May 04, 2009 21:28:
So well seen, Evy, with a great POV & fascinating shapes. Thanks, too, for sharing with us what a cold frame is all about...extremely interesting & there is so much to learn...congrats on your super winner!
Evy Johansen commented on May 04, 2009 23:22:
Thank you so much for your kind comment, Pat!!


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