Thursday, November 12, 2009
A Gray & Rainy Day
It was a gray and rainy day today, so I wanted to look for something different. That means I didn't want to go outside to shoot! So I looked for raindrops on one of the windows and hoped that there would be fall color in the background. I found drops on the east windows, but very little fall color. So I started looking and shooting. I noticed an interesting thing - the raindrop is a lens. If I didn't focus on the drop itself, but back focused, I could see the image of a yellow tree that the raindrop-lens created. You will want to click on the picture to enlarge it, and you can see the tree. It is upside down, by the way. Lenses do that.
Posted by Ken Spencer at 10:03 PM