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Patrick and I both visited

Jasper National Park (Alberta)

this week for our posts.

Maligne Valley Gorge Falls.

Although the sign read

Maligne Canyon.

 

 

Athabasca Falls

Both attractions are in

Jasper National Park

Canada.

Both falls were flowing rapidly

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Wits-End-Weekly-Prompt-Drops

 

Rain drops keep falling on my head…

and just like the guy who is too big for his bed…

nothing seems to fit…

those raindrops keep falling on my head…

It’s been one of those  days. 🙂

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Wits End Weekly Prompt:  Drops

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I  think all but one image reflects my sub theme this week.First one of the several small water falls/features

in the Cascade Gardens

in Banff, Canada.

Athabasca Falls Alberta, Canada.

Another shot from Athabasca Falls,

Alberta, Canada.

Maligne Canyon Falls, Alberta, Canada.

While not strictly in keeping with the rest of my post

this leaf caught my eye as

I was leaving Maligne Canyon Falls.

However, it could be argued that these water droplets

would not be hanging around for much longer.

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SUNDAY STILLS PHOTOS: Water

SUNDAY-STILLS-PC-Macro-Photography

 

Several of my lenses have the word macro inscribed on them,

however, both are 18+mm zooms.

However, sometimes I have cropped a photo and

it has been described as a macro.

Captured recently in Canada this leaf is but

a small part of a larger photo.

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As is this water droplet, in London. 

I think  that may be Big Ben on the left.

Again a small part of a larger image

 

St Leonard’s Pier down on the coast.

This is, almost, full size.

However, I think this lilium is the very closest I have

to a true macro.

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SUNDAY STILLS PHOTOS: Macro-Photography