I received this in an email chain so I don’t know the source. The images are so amazing that I had to share them with you.
The caption in the email reads …
“IT’S YOUR WORLD Can you believe that these are pictures of raindrops?
ENJOY A WORLD INSIDE BRILLIANT COLORFUL RAINDROPS.
Being always amazed by the tiny wonders of the world around us inspired inquisitive minds to photograph raindrops. Especially easy with a handy digital camera. If you look carefully you can notice these beautiful tears of nature in leaves and flowers before they fall or get vapourised in the heat of sun-rays. These pretty brilliant macro photos of water drops were taken from plants just after a rain.”
You can click an image to view the slideshow …
I hope you enjoyed. It gives me inspiration to try similar photography after the next rain.
“An internationally renowned expert on black lung has told an inquiry the disease was likely continuing to cause the deaths of Queensland coal miners during the decades it was thought to have been eradicated.”
“Black lung was likely continuing to cause the deaths of Queensland coal miners during the decades it was thought to have been eradicated, an expert says.”
I know financially it will be hard be we have to restart our thinking don’t we QLD Government. The countries we export coal to are not burning it on another planet. It is going to add to global warming which is harming the Great Barrier Reef and the climate generally.
“PIED PEACOCK + PURE WHITE dancing & prancing peacocks in full display. These majestic, elegant birds are ‘nature’s true wonder’ in our amazing, spectacular bird world.
PEAFOWL ☜❤☞ native to the jungles of India and Sri Lanka, have for centuries led a semi – domesticated existence in parks and gardens of the world. Peacocks use their beautiful tail feathers to attract the females (peahens) in breeding season. They actually can seem somewhat vain and proud of how they look to the ‘ladies’. They raise and fan the feathers out, prance and strut while intermittently shaking their wing and tail feathers rapidly which make a loud rustling sound as they pose and show off their striking plumage. Generally the males and females lead separate lives. In the breeding season however, the males are polygamous, and mate with four or five females each breeding season. Although they are ground – living birds, they flap up into trees or other roosting spots off the ground away from predators.
PIED PEACOCK appear like regular india blues, except that they are speckled and splotched with white. Exceptional birds will have white on their backs and in their train. The WHITE PEACOCK is frequently mistaken for an albino, but it is a colour variety on the Indian blue peacock.“
Remember to click the settings wheel and select the best resolution that your system will display. Watching full screen is good …
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