I hope to be hysterically hilarious. But maybe I'm just hysterical.
Love, love, love this one.
Awe, thank you so much for your lovely comment! It’s funny because it’s just water condensation on the lid of my kettle from the inside. I was making coffee and it caught my eye.
While there is something outerspacey about the photo, the first thing that popped into my mind was a picture of the fog netters in Peru, harvesting the fog’s water. Lovely photograph!
“In Lieu of Rain”
fog nets run
along ridge edges
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And a lovely poem! It’s amazing how you weaved a piece of realia into poetic imagery.
Thank you, Mara! I was pleased that I could manage it. (I added a search and a link to SSWM’s Fog Drip page, in case you or others might be interested.) I remembered watching/being fascinated by a video on the process. I am happy that you like the poem.
That’s amazing! The first time I hear/read of this way of collecting water. It’s smart. Thank you for bringing this to my attention via your poem!
Whatever it is, it’s an awesome shot!
You’d be probably surprised to hear that it’s water condensation on the lid of my kettle! Sometimes one finds the loveliest things in the ordinary – like in the act of making coffee and noticing the water drops on the kettle lid.
Wowzer! That was awesome! You took that with the real camera, I assume … not the cellphone?!
It was taken with a cell phone! And edited in Snapseed. I have a newish Lenovo phone, and I hear that it takes quite good pictures. I bought it because of its battery though, it’s probably the only smartphone that lasts three days without charging.
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