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Stunning Macro Photos of Dew Drops on Dandelions

UK-based photographer Sharon Johnstone has a stunning collection of macro photographs showing tiny drops of dew on dandelions.

Check out more of her macro photographs here.

(via Colossal)


Image credits: Photographs by Sharon Johnstone and used with permission


 
 
  • Dave

    These would look great printed on a metallic finish  paper.

  • Ganie

    easy shots… refraction shots are more interesting… 
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ilbaltazar/6248233823/in/photostream 

  • DIANNEMARK

    @2cafc73aceea03fe31c0ecec6d44f831:disqus my Ćo-wôrker’s śister makes $64/hôûr ôń the internet. Śhe has bęęn ûnęmṗlôyęd ḟôr ḟivê mônths bût last monṫh hêr Ćhêck was $17661 jusṫ workińg oń ṫhê ińṫêrńêṫ ḟor a ḟew hours. Here’s ṫhe siṫe ṫo read more.. http://zapit.nu/20b

  • Clawd

     Gee, wouldn’t want to give credit where credit is due, would you…

  • Ganie

    sorry dude, it’s a free world.

  • Joe

    True. But you sound like a dork. An arrogant dork. Just my opinion. I’m sure you understand.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/SSTJT2VWS3SEHHR4YICMNJI4NY aloosewire

    Tooting your own horn is very unbecoming especially when it is at the expense of someone else.

  • Dave

     Actually the shots you are pimping out are very overdone. Once Natures Best featured them (10….12 years ago?) EVERYONE jumped on the bandwagon and oversaturatred the market with someone else idea. What next,….are you going to link us to some shots of arches in Utah, or box canyons?

  • Raisinette

    What’s with the anger here…I can see some of you out there practicing ”vigourous” or ” aggressive” photography…just based on your comments..