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This past week-end it rained. A lot. So, in between storms He-Man and I headed to the nearby hills for a much needed walk. Sticking to the paved roads avoiding the muddy trails we walked up the hills and down to stretch out our legs a bit. Elevation gain was about 250 ft, and mileage was only a couple of miles, but it felt great to stretch our legs, and be outside.
The grass on the hills is tall and green, and there are spring flowers popping up here and there. I saw clover, wild mustard, and even some droopy, rain soaked Daffodils.
Sunday I was a bit stir-crazy so set up to shoot waterdrops again. This time instead of using the faucet which was hard to regulate I set up my C-stand and boom arm and taped a medical dropper to it filled with water. It presented its own set of issues to deal with.
Once the eye-dropper ran out of water it had to be refilled and taped back on the boom arm. I marked the spot with tape, but it didn’t always line up with my pre-focused spot so, I had to refocus every time I filled up and remounted the eyedropper. Also there was a bit of wiggle room with the taped eyedropper so the drops didn’t always land in my pre-focused spot.
I didn’t get many keepers, but it was a fun way to pass a couple of hours on a rainy Sunday.
Nikon Df| Nikkor 105mm macro lens| SB600 Speedlight @1/2pwr low, camera right| Delkin Digital Film| PS CC 2017
More to come…