Seeing Eye to Eye


The second in the raindrop on twigs series. It looks as if one twig is keeping a beady eye on the other in this image which I rotated 180 degrees.


10 thoughts on “Seeing Eye to Eye

    1. Thank you, vinnieh. By the way – I have watched the first in the Lord of the Rings trilogy and hope to watch the second soon. Will report back when I’ve watched them all.


  1. Wow! I cleverly deduce that our mutual friend the FATman has been twisting your mind (too) in inspiring us to rotate our images. I have grown increasingly aware of the possibilities that this simple process opens up, and I’m grateful to both of you for reinforcing the inspiration. This one is just brilliant!


    1. Ah, yes – Adrian twisted my mind to the magic of rotation a fair while ago 😉 Sometimes I think of trying it and sometimes I don’t. For these droplet images, I naturally wanted to see what the picture inside the drop looked like the right way round. That’s when it occurred to me that here was a couple of eyes!

      Many thanks, Gary.


      1. What – >>> my name being bandied about in the ethereal custard!? >>> I deny everything! >>> it wasn’t me, it was the one-armed man!!!

        And that twig + droplet does look excellent – like some hugely eyed snake or writhing maggot – good stuff! A


        1. You mean you haven’t heard about your reputation as the ‘Rotation Master’?! It’s well known around these blogging parts, you know.

          A ‘writhing maggot’ – sounds gross, but I can see what you mean 🙂 Many thanks!


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