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S u n of The Morning Star by GrotesqueDarling13 S u n of The Morning Star by GrotesqueDarling13
FULL VIEW PLEASE!
It's a must!

Photo: Me.
Minor Post. Pros: Me.
Taken: Nov. 18th 2012.

A single water droplet sitting on a
red spotted feather that is sitting in
natural sunlight. ALL bokeh and colors
are real, and haven't been edited at all.

Danzig song title, btw :nod: It's a slow song.

My water droplet shots aren't just
about the drop, I care about the whole
photo, every inch matters to me. Colors,
bokeh, different arrangements, ideas, etc.
I try to create a scene each time, it's calming
but a happy challenge that I enjoy to explore.

I really hope you all dig this!!

:star: If you like this, go here: [link]

Comments & faves are GREATLY appreciated :hug:

Obey my copyright. Do not steal, copy, use without my written permission.ps
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:iconjapanhead69:
japanhead69 Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014
Great one!!
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:icongrotesquedarling13:
GrotesqueDarling13 Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014  Professional General Artist
Thank you very much!!! :D
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:iconhyousetsuryuu:
hyousetsuryuu Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012
Somehow, this reminds me of a phoenix. Maybe the red feather?
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:icongrotesquedarling13:
GrotesqueDarling13 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Professional General Artist
I can see that, perhaps it's the
red feather but I think it's also
the feeling of the scene itself :thanks:
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hyousetsuryuu Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
Then, it's the red feather that makes a major contribution to the feeling of the scene, and therefore emphasising that phoenix feel.
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mrento Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2012
Again you've made the droplet look like its own highly-detailed microcosm! Composition and bokeh are great too.
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:icongrotesquedarling13:
GrotesqueDarling13 Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2012  Professional General Artist
:glomp: Aw, wow!! Thank you so very much!!!
I have been trying to add glitter to the
droplet without actually adding glitter.
It's so messy that I have been trying not
to use it but still making sure the photo
has a certain sparkle to it in the end :thanks: :heart:
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