It’s the first day of winter and although we are not expecting snow here we have had some very welcome rain showers. Was a great opportunity to capture some raindrops on petals. They remind me of one of my favorite quotes.
“Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the rain.”
Photo 1: Raindrops on Geraniums
Photo 2 Society Garlic in the rain
Photo 3: Rain kissed Geraniums
California is desperately in need of more rain. We had an unexpected but very welcome thunderstorm last week and the way the raindrops looked on the roses was a bedazzling sight. It’s no wonder they a few of my favourite things!
Photo 1: Droplets on Betty Boop
Photo 2: Wet bloom and buds
Photo 3: Droplets and rose ruffles
Photo 4: Pink Rose after Rain
Photo 5: Raindrops on a pink Rose
Some much needed rain finally arrived in drought-stricken California this week. I took the opportunity to feed the roses and admire some late bloomers in the nearby park.
Photo 1: Raindrops on a variegated Rose
Photo 2: Wet yellow Rose
Photo 3: Orange miniature Rose cluster
Photo 4: Single wet white Rose
Photo 5: Rose romance
Some of these images are available for purchase on my fineartamerica artist page.
The showers increased in intensity last week for just one day, so I took a trip back to the rose garden in our local park to see what I could see.
Photo 1: Raindrops on a red rose
Photo 2: Rain on yellow roses
Photo 3: Pink Rose in the rain
Photo 4: View from the top
Photo 5: Rust rose and Grey skies
Photo 6: Weight of water
Photo 7: Rear view of a wet rose
Photo 8: Wet red rose
We had some desperately needed rain showers today and I dodged the raindrops to take a few pics of the droplets on the blooms. Then got cold and ran inside for a nice warm cup of tea!
Photo 1: Society Garlic in the rain
Photo 2: Pink rose in the rain
Photo 3: Indian Hawthorn in the rain
Photo 4: Clementine blossom in the rain
Photo 5: A large droplet on a Rose
Photo 6: Rose and buds in the rain
Photo 7: Gardenia in the rain
Photo 8: Eye of a wet Rose
After the stormy weather this week I was very pleased to see that the roses coped. You can see why raindrops on roses are a few of my favourite things!
Photo 1: Raindrops on Rose
Photo 2: Raindrops on petals
Photo 3: Rose with droplets
Photo 4: A droplet on the Roses
Photo 5: Roses and raindrops
Photo 6: Rain on rose
Photo 7: Rose in the rain
These delicate flowers got a good splattering of rain but managed to hold their own. Most of them are starting to fade now though.
These miniature daffodils have survived the snow in my garden and are looking rather cheerful in the rain.
Taken in a garden while on an Easter Egg hunt – never miss an opportunity to take a pic of something pretty.