Orbs in the the Rain

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As an avid orb photographer, there is always a camera within my hands reach. I love to take pictures under a variety of occasions, places, circumstances, and in nature. I am always curious and constantly experimenting to see what I may see when I download (upload?) my pictures. Technology is not my strong suit and so I am delighted to get my pictures from the camera to the computer. Then with luck they can be posted on Face Book, You Tube, Pinterest, or other social media.

This particular orb picture was taken during a very heavy thunder storm. I love taking pictures in the rain. The results are amazing and provide a very good opportunity for examination of orbs, elementals, rain, and whatever just appears in the picture.

Some of the things I view in this picture are rain drops, orbs, elementals, and other things that I don’t classify at all. I find it interesting to see two well-defined orbs of different hues of blue. I am not sure what to call the image to the right of the bottom orb. These elementals (for lack of a better word) often appear side by side. On the picture they appear for the most part to be very small. When zoomed in however, they are extraordinary beautiful in their makeup and colors.

Really looking at pictures taken in the rain is very time consuming. First I look at the over-all picture and then start to zoom into small sections. I love what is revealed. Although I don’t interpret for others what my impressions might be, I feel safe in saying that orb pictures are a tangible way of seeing other things around us. To me orbs in nature often make me think of protection especially when I see them around anything physical such as a car, house, flower, tree, etc.

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