Down Low and Up Close
It’s been snowing here today. The wind is bitterly cold, but the ground temperature is still a bit too warm for the snow to lie for any length of time. When I went outside to take photos only minutes after the latest snowfall, the melt had already begun, and what was left were water droplets. One of the most enjoyable results, I’ve found, from taking photos every day is that I’ve learned that by squatting down low and getting up close, even the ordinary everyday can become beautiful, intricate, fascinating. Here’s 3 photos I took just before lunch of water droplets on a web under a rosebush, and condensation on my bedroom window.