Raindrops

The new A Photo a Week Challenge is Raindrops.

I had a few ideas for the challenge and decided to go with a small selection of raindrop photos.

Raindrops on a Cedar branch.

Raindrops on a Cedar tree.

Raindrops on a car roof.

Raindrops

Raindrops on a Virginia Spiderwort flower.

Raindrops on a Virginia Spiderwort flower.

Raindrops falling past a young male Rose-breasted Grosbeak.

In the rain.

7 thoughts on “Raindrops”

    1. Yes, usually the males are more colourful. The Phalarope family of birds is one exception, the females are brighter as once they’ve laid the eggs they leave and the males incubate the eggs and raise the young.

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