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jeanette, mistress of longears

I have heard many tales of these water drops, but truly, it must be an urban myth. Not a drop here all day. I'm green with envy.

Janet Ghio

Oh I envy you so--look at those drops on the ends of the leaves and an actual puddle!! In Missouri, it keeps trying, but can't seem to make it to the ground-water evaporates--it is trying again this morning...maybe today.


Your photos are beautiful. What camera do you use?

Leslie J. Moran

I hope our rain is coming tomorrow. Oh bliss.


Jan: I used the Nikon 40DX with a Nikkor 55-200mm lens. It's an oldie but goodie. Carol


go back out and look for norwegian trolls underneath those leaves & petals!

Joan Clarke

We had our rain (yes, singular) last week. All day long and into the night and next day. We got our annual rainfall (3-4 inches) in one storm! The south end of town got 2.5 inches in one hour...major flooding that swept away a 17 yr. old boy whose body wasn't found until yesterday. Very sad. It rains so seldom here that when it does we all rejoice. There is nothing to compare to the smell of the desert when it rains...sage, pine, brittle bush, chamisa. Wonderful!!!!

jacki long

Another beautiful post, Carol. Your consistency is amazing. Thanks so much for you. jacki long/OC/ http://jackilong.blogspot.com/

Judy H.

Most of the rain has avoided us at my house. Dry, dry, dry. Even pix of rain are refreshing. :)

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