Water droplets on flowers…SONY DSC

This is one of those times I’m glad I take RAW format as well as jpg. Usually I like the camera’s jpg version just fine, but this time the RAW one was much better. Then it was a matter of figuring out how to get those little gleaming drops of water to survive output. They kept disappearing. The droplets were mostly what I preferred about the RAW image, that and the balance of light. I finally figured out to output it without compression, and there they are, the little droplets.

Happy hump day! And for those of you in  Australia, you are over the hump and well on your way to the weekend.

If you don’t have a day job, do you still differentiate weekends? I have learned to do so, keeping the same rhythm as the working world. I still work on weekends, but I always did that. I just don’t work that much, and I do most of my socializing on weekends. I try to keep my week days as working days. But I do have to get up from my desk and move, thanks to my transformation from Move a Little, Lose a Lot. I’m going to go do one of my walks right now.

Have a great day, and don’t forget to get up from your desk and walk around. It really does make a difference.

9 thoughts on “Post rain walk

  1. Wonderful photo, Nia! The tiny droplets say a lot! Good that you are sharing your work habits with us. We can tell that you have lots of self-discipline! Have a wonderful afternoon, my friend! 🙂

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    1. Hi, how nice to hear from you! Yes, thank you. It was beautiful. Funny, I was thinking about Townsville today. It is one place I would also like to live. I look forward to my next visit.


  2. I shoot in RAW all the time Nia. The RAW image holds a jpg image and a ton more information besides. I do most of the post processing in RAW and any further touch ups in GIMP. Nice pic.

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