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Monday, November 16, 2009

Monochrome Weekly Theme

Raindrops


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Ysabelle asked me if i can take her to school the other day since i will not be going to work until after lunch. I was not keen on it because it was pouring and cold outside but , she used her charm to her advantage once again - remember the cat in Shrek with those doleful eyes - and won me over. Out we went with a brollie in one hand, a lunch box and book bag in the other, and a camera in my pocket....just in case, you'll never know!


There's something special about raindrops, not only does it falls on your head but it also brings out the freshness and that distict quality of almost anything.

Eng



23 comments:

  1. Enjoy that little girl now, Eng... In not too many years, you won't be able to take her to school. They grow up MUCH too fast.

    I love the raindrops. Your photo is GREAT.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  2. Love the picture and the quote, Eng! I also did my flowers in black and white for the first time.

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  3. Stunning monochrome image! The droplets do make the flower look fresh and lively.

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  4. Another beautiful monochrome and wonderful quote to ponder.

    Rain drops falling in my head...la.la..la..la..hmmmm (am starting to sing na hehehe)

    Have a lovely Monday ms. Eng.

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  5. These black and white shots are simply stunning. Great job.

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  6. Your flower with its raindrops is stunning; what a great picture!

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  7. Hi Eng, the raindrops looks real in your photo, how I love looking at it. So refreshing.

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  8. Great contrast, lovely raindrops. Surely worth braving the cold and all that!

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  9. I am falling in love with your monochrome photos Eng !

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  10. Oh love the monochrome raindrops~ Lovely! Really lovely~ Like diamons on flowers~

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  11. I love the water droplets on the flower. Your detail is awesome.

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  12. Wow, eng you're one talented photographer yourself. I like the tears on that petals, tears of joy from being blessed with rain.

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  13. I agree with Betsy, Eng. Sometimes I do get struck with guilt, esp when Kyla delivers lines like these: "So much fun when yaya is not around, mommy gets to fetch me from school". Haaay, the life of a working mom...

    another powerful mono! you are rockin' girl!

    ps.
    i love raindrops too. they add beauty in photography subjects and most importantly, they are showers of God's blessings. kisses to Ysa!

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  14. Kids always get their ways, they are simply iresistable!

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  15. This is really beautiful. I can see the water droplets.

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  16. You have captured the rain and water droplets wonderfully! One day may be I will be able to, but i am a klutz with a camera!

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  17. Flowers in B&W can be very difficult but you make it look so easy. Exquisite.

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  18. I can understand about the "doleful eyes" because my daughter does that to win me over too, hehe. How could you manage to come up with a photo as lovely as that and I can't?

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  19. I agree Eng, the raindrops bring out the freshness in almost everything. This is a beautiful image.

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  20. Girl, sorry I've not been around lately. Looking at your shots, I'd say you are getting better and better with your capture and composition. Amazing shot!

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  21. This picture is gorgious! I love black and white and the raindrops make it ethereal. I'm glad you took your camera. You're right! You never know :)

    Jen

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  22. wouldn't it be wonderful if we could pick up raindrops and keep them in our pockets with us? :)

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