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Morning dew

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Tiny dew droplets catch the morning sun

Tiny dew droplets sparkle in the morning sun in this very close look at a blade of grass. The “large” central drop is perhaps on millimeter in diameter.

Panasonic GX8, Olympus 60mm macro lens, ISO 800, f/8, 1/250″ exposure.

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Suspension

suspension
Dew beaded spider web strands

Spider web strands hold beads of dew like stings of pearls. The drops cling to the sticky material that spiders place at intervals along their webs to capture prey.

Nikon D600, Sigma 105mm macro lens, ISO 640, f/8, 1/1000″ exposure

Beaded

beaded
Morning dew on sensitive fern

Morning dew forms perfect beads of water on the tip of a sensitive fern leaf.

Nikon D600, Sigma 105mm macro lens, ISO 1250, f/16, 1/500″ exposure.

Droplet

droplet
A drop of morning dew on a blade of grass

If you slow down, take your time, keep your eyes open, you just might see something special…

Nikon D600, Sigma 105mm macro lens, ISO 800, f/4.8, 1/2000″ exposure

Pearls

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Tiny dew droplets on a spider’s web

Morning dew drops suspended in a spider’s web seem to float above the grass in this close up image. The drops are maybe 0.5mm in diameter and look like a fizz in the grass when you stand over them. When you get in close, their structure—and beauty—is revealed.

Panasonic GX8, Olympus 60mm macro lens, ISO 800, f/10, 1/125″ exposure.

Clover dew

Morning dew on red clover
Morning dew on red clover

Tiny droplets of morning dew cling to the fine hairs on red clover leaves in our front field.

Nikon D600, Sigma 105mm macro, ISO 1250, f/13, 1/1000″ exposure.

Suspension

A solitary dew drop
A solitary dew drop

A solitary dew drop clings to the end of a blade of grass.

Nikon D600, Sigma 105mm lens, ISO 400, f/8, 1/400″ exposure

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