Sunday, January 3rd 2016

As it is wet, a trawl through the images taken during spring and summer last year, found some 'nice' wet photographs. 

Lichens with cups live up to their name and often catch rain in their cups.

water in the cup lichens

This developing larch cone has trapped water droplets.

Developing larch  cone with water droplets

The seeds of this dandelion like flower have suffered due to the rain.

Dandelion like seed head

Petals of flowers always catch water.  Water droplets on the petals of Greater Spearwort appear to be glued on!

Greater Spearwort covered in water droplets

Dog Daisies make ideal subjects to photograph with or without water attached.

Dog Daisy and water

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