Posted by Mara Eastern

I'm a sardonic blogger, snapper, scribbler and rhymer; a virtual space invader who indulges in cheerful negativism, morbid self-deprecation and bleak humour.

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  1. Love, love, love this one.

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    1. 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.

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  2. […] Inspired by Mara Eastern’s Photo 262/365. […]

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  3. 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
    catching life

    by Lizl

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    1. And a lovely poem! It’s amazing how you weaved a piece of realia into poetic imagery.

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      1. 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.

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        1. 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!

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  4. Whatever it is, it’s an awesome shot!

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    1. 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.

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      1. Wowzer! That was awesome! You took that with the real camera, I assume … not the cellphone?!

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        1. 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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