Rain

Finally after 6 weeks drought

some drops of rain on my patch

Some grasses are jumping for joy

Grass-with-raindrops

others seem too far gone and need more of a deluge to perk up again.

11 thoughts on “Rain

  1. I can’t remember ever wishing it to rain. It tried to rain several times – a few desultory drops – and I was talking to the sky: ‘come on, you can do it, try a little harder’. We had several days like that before finally we had a day of steady rain. And now it’s drying out again. That’s a beautiful image, Paula. Delicate and isolated by clever use of differential focus.

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  2. Fantastic picture Paula! Nice colours too and I love the simpliciteit of the image.
    We are still waiting for the rain ….it will arrive one day…..

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  3. Well, we’ve had some respite – which I enjoyed immensely. But I gather that this weekend is going to be hot again, and I’ve heard long-range forecasts, which may not be right, but which in any case I don’t want to even think about. I’m longing for autumn chills, and mists!!!

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