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Pictures for Pam, Day 187: Droplets on Strawberry Blossom Next to Our RV!

Pictures for Pam, Day 187: Droplets on Strawberry Blossom Next to Our RV! 

(+2 insets)

Steve and I are officially on our next RV adventure! We left at about 11:30 this morning and drove from our home in southern Oregon west and south into the top of California. Our destination, which was about 2.75 hours away, took us to a campground about half a mile away from a gorgeous redwood park called Jedediah Smith State Park. The drive was lovely, meandering through forests and little towns, often with rushing creeks and rivers in view.

Our campsite is very nice but nothing like our last one, which was a slice of heaven. This place is very pretty but the sites are close together and though there are trees and lots of grass and flowers everywhere, it's not a postcard-pretty place. I'll get a picture of our truck and RV in place at some point but didn't bother today.

Unlike our last campground though, we have full hookups and super internet too! So, no fancy views but we can do stuff online if we want to which is very nice.

Did I mention that it's raining? And that the forecast is for rain nearly every single day for the next week?! Say it ain't so? NO, actually! I'm happy to say that neither of us cares but the funny thing is that it was warm and sunny everywhere until TODAY. I found out a few days ago that the warm, sunny spring we were having would be ending just as we were supposed to leave on our trip. I was a bit worried that Steve would be unhappy, but instead he said, "Would you rather be stuck inside at home in the rain or would you like to be inside our RV somewhere wonderful in the rain?" YAY!! That's the right attitude!

So we're fully prepared to deal with inclement weather and that's just fine. It will mean droplets and fog and mist and all kinds of wonderful conditions that I adore photographing! We have games to play if we want and of course I will be working on my pictures, writing, reading, and if possible, visiting folks on ipernity too. It will be just fine!

Once we got ourselves set up it was time for dinner, which meant lovely steaks, sauteed-carmelized veggies and potato salad made with cauliflower instead of potatoes...SO DELICOUS!! Desert was mini key lime cheesecakes that we made last night for the trip...soooooo goooooood!!

After dinner I popped out with my camera and got lots of pictures of flowers and droplets on everything! What fun. I spent about fifteen minutes wandering around until the rain finally forced me back into the RV but I was pretty confident I had some winners to post...and I did!

The main picture today is a strawberry blossom bristling with droplets. There is a large meadow next to our RV that was filled with so many pretty flowers including lots of wild strawberries!

I have two insets as well: one of them is a wonderfully disheveled daisy that I nearly made my main picture because it's such fun. I really have been having some great luck with daisies on our trips. They are really wonderful subjects, aren't they? My other inset features droplets on a redwood sapling. I love the shape of the droplets, they remind me of crystal balls!

Pam, Steve and I had a nice time talking about you at one point along our drive. We hope that you are doing well and Steve sends his love and warm wishes! *BIG HUGS* from our new campsite! Stay tuned for new fun pictures in the coming days! :)

Explored on 5/16/19; highest placement #3.

RHH, Alain P, Nouchetdu38, Erhard Bernstein and 46 other people have particularly liked this photo


32 comments - The latest ones
 uwschu
uwschu club
Hübscher Anblick.
Schönen Tag für Doch
13 months ago.
 neira-Dan
neira-Dan club
superbe
13 months ago.
 Kawasirius
Kawasirius club
Superbes macros Janet ! Ces pâquerettes sont sublimes et la note avec ces perles déposées sur la feuille se séquoia est d'une beauté exceptionnelle ! on dirait un bijou orné de pierres précieuses déposées avec minutie par un joaillier ! Bon séjour dans votre camping Janet !
13 months ago.
 Pam J
Pam J club
THE MAIN PHOTO IS EXQUISITE.

JUST IGNORE THE WEATHER.. YOU ARE PREPSRED FOR IT.. SO DONT LET IT STEAL YOUR JOY.

RNJOY EVERY MOMENT OF THIS TIME AWAY. MAKE WONDERFUL MEMORIES.

THANKYOU BOTH SO MUCH FOR YOUR LOVE AND CARE... THINGS AREN'T GREAT RIGHT NOE BUT THE LOVE FROM EVERYONE IS AMAZING AND I SO APPRECIATE IT.

LOVE AND HUGSSSSS

PAM
13 months ago.
 raingirl
raingirl club
i'd say the rain is good for your photography anyway! i like all these 3 plant photos.
13 months ago.
 Marije Aguillo
Marije Aguillo club
Fantástico macro.
13 months ago.
 Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen club
Superb close-up; like the water drops.
13 months ago.
 John Cass
John Cass club
Beautiful image great detail, love the water droplets, wonderful PiP's
13 months ago.
 FotoArt
FotoArt club
Damit die Blümchen nicht verdursten. Sehr schöne Aufnahmen.
13 months ago.
 Jocelyne Villoing
Jocelyne Villoing club
Un coeur d'or et perlée, on ne peut que AIMER !++++++++
Bonne journée Janet.
13 months ago.
 William Sutherland
William Sutherland club
Fabulous capture and PIPs!

Admired in:
www.ipernity.com/group/tolerance
13 months ago.
 Boro
Boro
Jolie *******
13 months ago.
 Dominique 60
Dominique 60 club
beauté et delicatesse !!
13 months ago.
 Madeleine Defawes
Madeleine Defawes club
Superbe macro !
Bonne journée. Amitié
13 months ago.
 Ko Hummel
Ko Hummel club
great macro
13 months ago.
 Eunice Perkins
Eunice Perkins club
Wonderful entries today, Janet. Raindrops certainly add beauty and you are right about the daisy. It's so beautifully disarrayed!
13 months ago.
 Richard Nuttall
Richard Nuttall club
Beautiful shot
13 months ago.
 Annemarie
Annemarie club
MARVEL.....so delicate flower!
13 months ago.
 Reyk
Reyk club
Die Wassertropfen zieren diese kleine Blüte
13 months ago.
 Keith Burton
Keith Burton club
The blossom looks fantastic on the dark background............I love the water droplets and the fine detail you've captured. Just perfect.

I especially like the first PiP................that would easily have made a just a good main image. Awesome detail (of course) and I like the hint of pink in the petals.

More super water droplets in the 2nd PiP................and a beautiful lush green sapling. Spot-on composition and depth of field too.

Glad you arrived at your site safely and that you have all you need for a great stay. Don't let the rain bother you.............your skin is perfectly waterproof..!!
13 months ago.
 cammino
cammino club
Beautiful blossoms with raindrops!
13 months ago.
 Ulrich John
Ulrich John club
Wonderful with the droplets, Janet !
13 months ago.
 Boarischa Krautmo
Boarischa Krautmo club
wonderful. I like especially the right inset (déformation professionnelle? ;-))
13 months ago.
 Nicole Merdrignac
Nicole Merdrignac club
Superbe photo avec notes. Nicole.
13 months ago.
 Peter Castell
Peter Castell club
A beautiful floral macro Janet, I've never thought of taking strawberry flowers, but if I took the camera to the allotment nothing would get done !!
13 months ago.
 Fred Fouarge
Fred Fouarge club
Teder
13 months ago.
 niraK68
niraK68 club
Fantastisches Foto mit den Tropen
13 months ago.
 Rosalyn Hilborne
Rosalyn Hilborne club
Three beautiful macros Janet. The water drops looks so lovely and even the scuffy daisy looks good ;-))
13 months ago.
 Bernhard Hofbeck
Bernhard Hofbeck club
I love them all 3!
13 months ago.
 Susanne Hoy
Susanne Hoy club
Fantastic! The droplets enchant the strawberry blossom. The daisy looks disheveled indeed. And the redwood sapling is balancing small droplets on its needles. The droplets look like tiny crystal balls.
13 months ago.
 Jenny McIntyre
Jenny McIntyre club
What an absolutely stunning picture here Janet. I'm sorry that the weather is not hot and sunny, but as you say - the rain is giving you amazing pictures. I just adore water droplets on flowers etc. and these are amazing.
13 months ago.
 RHH
RHH club
Way back here by way of returning the favor of your wonderful comments on my last photo and all the information you and Steve sent on sir filter systems. The smoke has blown away but we'd be stupid not to do something since it will most certainly be back. I think Steve's suggestion of a window air conditioner and a filter system makes the most sense.

This photo is wonderful with the water drops, but I especially like the "disheveled" daisy. It has more character than some people I know and the word "disheveled" is perfect. It's one of those words that sounds like its meaning. The water drops on the conifer are beautiful, too, but the daisy is the winner on my score sheet.

I'm back home. We discovered that the meetings we attended were really training sessions and that there was no need for us to sit through 16 hours of training. Nancy is still there - she'll enjoy every minute of the 16 hours, but that's a bit much for me and so the lady in charge (and she is really good) is going to do a couple-hour session for us separately.

I'm doing some cooking or whatever you call it. Just finished making a batch of hummus.
we have a recipe for beet-walnut hummus that is really good, but we made this with garbanzos and the other usual ingredients. Started some Tikka Masala as well. Had Singapore noodles last night and they were excellent.

Are rice noodles acceptable in your keto diet or do you avoid all grains? The noodles we did last night are, of course, rice noodles. We use a lot of them for Thai and Indian dishes but I don't know if they'd be acceptable to you. Life without noodles would be tough indeed, especially rice noodles which I prefer to pasta.

Have t o get going. Want to get my daily walk in especially since I noticed there are some new wildflowers blooming and I've set myself to photograph as many of them as I can. Gives me something to do, as if I need anything. It does, however, allow me to procrastinate on some jobs I'd rather not do.
12 months ago.

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