Rain | {The Serenity Project}

I love a rainy day.

Recently we had a very rainy weekend (unrelated to Hurricane Florence!) and Monday morning found me wandering around my yard with my camera and macro lens.

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My go-to lens these past few years for macro has been my Velvet 56, but lately I find myself reaching for my Sigma 105mm macro and I’m enjoying the results!

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(I’m pretty sure my neighbors think I’m nuts, as they observe me camera in hand taking images of random leaves and blades of grass.)

I also came upon a spider web covered in rain. It looked like jewels.

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I don’t know where the occupant of the web was, but she didn’t bother me.

The Serenity Project is a collaborative photography project. Photographers post monthly and wish to capture a sense of peace and calm with their imagery. Please continue the circle to my friend,  Wendy May  to see what brought her some serenity this month.

 

5 thoughts on “Rain | {The Serenity Project}

  1. Loving these macro images Eileen. There is something about photographing after the rain that I really love as well but I enjoy viewing images like these even better. Seeing such images makes me want to learn more about this genre than ever. So beautiful and inspiring.

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  2. Oh, these are fabulous, Eileen; especially the spiderweb looks awesome. Such beautiful images you have captured with your macro lens. I am so ready to be outdoors again; I hope soon.

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