I’m participating in the LetsBeWild.com Wild Weekly Photo Challenge. This week’s Challenge is: Water.

Water can be photographed in so many ways. It can be spread out over an ocean’s length or be contained in a single drop. It can look blue, green, gray, transparent, or reflect what’s around.

My favorite form of water to photograph is water drops, so all the photos below feature water drops for this week’s photo challenge. You may have seen a few of them or none of them on this website already. There are a couple of new ones too.

Remember you can click on each photo to see a larger view.

I shared these raindrops on a spider web over river rocks last week, and I think they fit this theme perfectly.

Close-up of rain drops on a spider web with river rocks underneath

Close-up of rain drops on a spider web with river rocks underneath

Close-up of rain drops on a spider web with river rocks underneath

Close-up of rain drops on a spider web with river rocks underneath

Let's be wild weekly photo challenge - water - wet branch after the rain

Let’s be wild weekly photo challenge – water – wet branch after the rain

I took these last two pictures after the rain we had last week in San Diego. I love how tiny droplets outline the leaves and the bougainvillea flower. It almost looks like tiny, shiny diamonds.

Let’s Be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Water - raindrops on a leaf

Let’s Be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Water – raindrops on a leaf

Let’s Be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Water - raindrops on a bougainvillea flower

Let’s Be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Water – raindrops on a bougainvillea flower

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About Milka Pejovic

I'm a freelance writer, artist and photographer. I write mostly for business, not enough for pleasure, and I take a lot of pictures of the world around me.

9 responses »

  1. Carrie Rubin says:

    Gorgeous as always. Love the wet branch one. I like how you focus on one thing in many of your pictures. They’re not too busy with lots going on. One can hone right in on the visual.

  2. Imelda says:

    Your photos are gorgeous, especially those of the water macros on the rocks. 🙂

    • mpejovic says:

      Thank you! I was really happy to spot these raindrops on spider web with the rocks as a background. I’d never seen such thing before so I knew I’d found something special. Thanks for stopping by.

  3. char says:

    Almost looks like a butterfly shadow behind that red leaf. Cool affect.

  4. I love water drops too – lovely shots!

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