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Dawn’s Dew

September 17, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Nature is boundless in its ability to impress me. If a person were to pass near a high mountain view and appreciate everything it had to offer, another person arriving hours, if not minutes, later would view something similar, but never the same. The fall of light, the atmospheric components of dust and water in the air, the mood of the setting. Different times of day produce different opportunities for observing nature’s limitless beauty. On a backpacking trip in the Pecos Wilderness, the dew on pine needles of another early mountain morning greeted me simply. The everyday scene of pine needles transformed by soft early morning light, and wonderful droplets of dew clinging to needles was so fresh, clean, and fantastically beautiful.

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  1. September 17, 2010 at 7:50 pm

    I like the droplets on the needles and the way they are perched so delicately. I love the depth of field. The way the background is almost completely lost but still shows shades of depth is beautiful.

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