Penguin Droppings

By gen2

Water Faeries

Dandelion seedheads look totally different in the wet. Even if not rained directly upon, the parachutes collect moisture from the passing misty air and collapse in a bead of water. Often several parachutes cling together in a clump as here.

This image has been given the 'reverse polar coordinates' treatment to turn a circular image into a panorama.

That is the same filte that is used to turn landscapes/panoramas ino 'mini-planets'
I first experimented with it about 4 years ago and the method was described on this blip:
with further examples over the previous 7 days.

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