Saturday, 21 March 2020

A Photo a Day 2020 #81

After the Rain

This was taken on Thursday 19th on my phone's camera (ironically better than some of the macro photography I shot with my camera the next day). Macro photography needs absolute stillness and without a tripod or steadying method, I found the fruits of my labour unsatisfactory yesterday. This isn't the crispest quality, but gives a sense of what the field looked like, dripping with jewels of water. 

Life is really weird right now.

I'm going to write a post tomorrow about how life has been recently and how we might adapt to the new 'normal'. I've been self-isolated for a week as a precaution and never have I appreciated the small things more. I'm sure others of you are feeling exactly the same way. This blog has always sought to celebrate 'life' and 'beauty', but never before has it felt so relevant or apt.

These drops of water weren't there the day before. Today, as I write on Saturday 21st March, they were gone, to be replaced with sunshine and butterflies (literally!) We have to make the best of what situation we are presented with. There's a lot to be grateful for.

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