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Friday, 29 August 2008

Saturday PhotoHunt - Beautiful.


Last week, for wrinkled, I featured nasturtium seeds.

This week the word is
BEAUTIFUL

Last Wednesday we had a lot of very fine rain, and this is what the nasturtium leaves looked like.

I think that's beautiful!

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Happy Hunting!

37 comments:

jams o donnell said...

THat is a beautiful sight dragonstar. Happy weekend

Jientje said...

That's not " beautiful" that's gorgeous, priceless, and stunning!

Leslie said...

I agree with you - yes, very beautiful! It's a lovely photo! :)

Colin Campbell said...

I planted our nasturtiums too early and they are either sleeping or retired. I am just about to try again. I love them. So easy to manage.

leslie said...

Oh it IS beautiful! I love how the water sits on the leaves. A stunning shot! :D

YTSL said...

Dragonstar --

Definitely agree. That is beautiful! Great photo -- loved how you were able to capture the individual rain drops! :)

genny/entry here said...

Yes its beautiful shot you have...

jmb said...

Dragonstar, that is a beautiful photo. It reminded me of Lady's mantle which often looks like that with beads of water.
Have a happy weekend.

Aileni said...

I think so too.

Calum said...

I love how rain drops "look". Great pic.

Richard Havers said...

Nature is the greatest artist. Lovely.

CherryPie said...

It is beautiful :-)

Yen said...

That's a beautiful shot! Nice shot too:)Drop by if you got a chance in my BEAUTIFUL here.

mistyeiz said...

lovely!!! drops on water on leaves always looks good. :)

Hootin' Anni said...

I agree! It IS beautiful.

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Mrs Mecomber said...

Plants are very beautiful!

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Dr.John said...

That is a beautiful picture indeed. I love to see pictures with water drops.

Carver said...

That's a beautiful shot and I like how you showed different parts of the nastursiums, first seeds for wrinkled and now the beautiful leaves.

Annie said...

That is gorgeous! Have a wonderful weekend!

Tricia said...

I love seeing leaves with raindrops on them and yours is no exception!

Carin said...

Agree with you that waterdrops on those leaves are beautiful and that's why we bought such plants for our garden long time ago.

gaj38 said...

great photo, love the rain drops, well captured! :-)
view mine if you wish here thanks...

RJ Flamingo said...

I agree - just beautiful! Like little diamonds spilled on velvet. Good eye!

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MyMaracas said...

That's gorgeous! That beautiful green, and the silvery drops make a striking contrast. Lovely photo.

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

I think so, too!

Jane said...

I love the way the rain stays on the nasturtium leaves. Sadly my leaves are so eaten by caterpillars (large white) that the rain runs through them! Oh well... that's nature I guess. Lovely pic. Jane

B. Roan said...

Great shot! I love taking pictures after a rain. The colors are so bold.

Liz said...

That is a beautiful. Such perfect little drops.

Daryl said...

I love how rain beads up on leaves .. so lovely.. no, Beautiful!

:-Daryl

Siani said...

Can't disagree there - I love the way rain drops look on leaves, spider webs, etc. Have you tried adding a few nasturtium leaves to a mixed-leaf salad? Yummy!

JO said...

lovely!

here's mine. thanks.

Louis la Vache said...

What a fine capture! "Louis" can almost smell the rain!

Katney said...

Ah, I've been watching the dew and the raindrops on the leaves lately, as well. And yesterday the snowflakes--yes--in August!

Nydia said...

Like little brilliants drops, it's always beautiful to see them on leaves and flowers!

Wish you a great week, Miss Dragon!

Kisses from Ny
dia.

babooshka said...

I hate rain, but love raindrops. They are indeed beaitiful sitting pretty on top of the nastertium leaf.

KISSEDALOTATOADS said...

That is beautiful and beautifully done. Have a wonderful week.

sally in norfolk said...

yes very beautiful indeed :-)