Friday, January 21, 2011

Abandoned Raindrops


Clean-up at the no-longer-abandoned mega-church complex continues.
The carpets have been completely removed ... holes in the roof and missing skylights and windows allow the rain to puddle and drip ... right down to the cement floor.


I found reflections everywhere, the dripping water creating wonderful abstract images ... in duplicate!


I even found fireworks!


And if you look carefully at the drop on the left, you will see ... a heart!

To see reflections from around the world, visit James at "Newtown Area Photo" - and join us for Weekend Reflections!

To see hearts found around the world, click HERE, and share YOUR heart on Guest Heart Thursday (through Sunday)!

18 comments:

texwisgirl said...

Wonderful captures!!! Love the fireworks!

Sylvia K said...

Really terrific, different reflections! Great captures for the day, Clytie! I hope you have a lovely weekend! Enjoy!

Sylvia

tapirgal said...

What fun! I've taken raindrop photos, but I don't remember their reflections. I have a heart for you on a water meter in yesterday's On the Pavement: http://on-the-pavement-by-tapirgal.blogspot.com/2011/01/broken-heart-in-banbury.html

Woody said...

Awesome, I like the fireworks!!

Inger-M said...

I see the heart, so beautiful and fragile! I also love the fireworks :-)

Karen said...

Oh wow, these are excellent!

LauraX said...

Clytie this dancing rain is gorgeous! wonderful!

Carol said...

Great photos! I see the heart. So many reflections! Beautiful!

Johnny Nutcase said...

that's crazy looking, good eye! Those are really cool shots, love the reflections!

'Tsuki said...

O_o

Must have been quite difficult to catch those drops in action... You did quite a job here, my dear...

Serendipity said...

Beautiful reflection shots!

Dani said...

happy rain..hearty rain..dancing rain..

Hugs

Gine said...

Etonnant et très bien réussi !

Grannie Annie said...

That is a truly awesome heart Cea...I am just continually amazed at your gifts...If you're interested I have a heart up on the whimsey blog...it might be too cruel for you though.
I hope all that rain isn't landing on your head. Love you.

NatureFootstep said...

wow, that´s some serious splashing. Great shots!

Beth Niquette said...

I saw those leaping raindrops when we stood to take the pictures--they were wonderful in the camera and even more lovely here! They fill my eyes, Sissy! These are so beautiful.

Louis la Vache said...

Superb capture of the splashes - and, yes, «Louis» saw the heart!

Terry said...

Howdy Clytie
Defender of random hearts :)
Yes you are without a doubt the defender
of random hearts .
I really love this image .
It is so beautiful .
Such an amazing heart to capture .
It was waiting just for you
knowing that you would discover it :)
Thank you for sharing your special gift for finding random hearts !
Love and hugs from Texas
Until Next Time
Happy Trails