Tuesday Photo Challenge – Water…

This gorgeous photo was taken by my 13 year old daughter on the way to school one Winter morning….. my little up and coming photographer!

Great shot Alessia…. I love the natural dew drops of water 🙂


Dew drops



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27 comments on “Tuesday Photo Challenge – Water…

  1. Love the water droplets!

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  2. Lovely shots – such a contrast between them … it’s quite a thought that the ocean behind the bear is composed of drops of water 💦

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  3. That is a beautiful photo – poetic!

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  4. Oh wow! I can see your daughter is a budding photographer 🌷🦋 fabulous shots xx

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  5. Hello Lorelle,
    I love this image from your daughter 😍 Apart from having a keen eye, she is finding beauty in the ordinary. That’s the special part about being the photographer that she is.
    Congratulations to her. And I too love your teddy one at the top 🙋🏻💐

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  6. So beautiful. From water we come from water we shall return.

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  7. What a wonderfully intricate pic. Yes, your daughter is a natural. 🙂

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  9. Lovely photos! Thanks for sharing! 😊

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  10. Your daughter might have a career as a photographer!

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  11. Love this shot. Such kinds are a favorite this side too 🙂

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