Drops Of Jupiter

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© Peter Tompkins
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Photo Info
UploadedOctober 12, 2013
TakenOctober 7, 2013
ModeliPhone 5
Exposure1/181 sec at f/2.4
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length4.12 mm
41.15265000000000 -81.84456666666700

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I shot this with my iphone. I was walking the dogs through a local park and these dew drops just LEAPED up at me. There were on the metal rim of a ramp in a skate board park.

6 responses

  • Joseph Rotindo

    Joseph Rotindo said (23 Oct 2013):

    Well done!

  • Janneke de Jong

    Janneke de Jong gave props (6 Nov 2013):


  • Linda Houghton

    Linda Houghton   gave props (7 Nov 2013):

    well done and seen -- It is nice to have a camera ready even when we just have our phones, like this, I have been able to get some nice work with just the iPhone!

  • Peter Tompkins

    Peter Tompkins said (7 Nov 2013):

    Thanks everyone.

  • Talia Krasicka

    Talia Krasicka gave props (11 Aug 2014):

    Masterful shot! Simply gorgeous!

  • Peter Tompkins

    Peter Tompkins said (12 Aug 2014):

    Thanks Talia. I had this image on display at an art show and a person viewing this pictures turned to his friend and said, "All he did was take a spray bottle and spray the metal with water and then take the picture." Truth is, I was out walking my dogs in the early morning in a skate board park and there was morning dew on the metal and it "jumped out at me" and I snapped the pic with my iphone.

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