Tricia Booker Photography

September 6, 2011

The remnants of Tropical Storm Lee deluged us today. It amused me to hear the weather forecasters describing it as the “remnants” because we received three times as much rain as Hurricane Irene delivered last week. The bands of rain were steady, but during a few breaks I walked around the yard to check out the scenery. Beautiful macro shots were everywhere, from the rain drops dripping from the branches, to the glistening spider webs to the reflections in the standing water. With rain forecasted for the rest of the week, it will be a perfect opportunity to explore the macro world in even more detail.

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