Photographer Alistair Campbell has an incredible ability to capture things with his lens, which from the naked eye may not be visibly apparent.
The UK-based photographer makes very unlikely minuscule dew drops his subject. With the use of a macro-lens, he is able to capture these tiny dewdrops on various flowers, leaves and blades of grass, which have the delicate droplets hanging off of them. The particularly magical aspect of these photos is that they refract the background image to make it look as if they have engulfed certain beautiful parts of nature. Rather than looking like water, it is given a hardened glass texture, which looks as if the plants itself are growing these beautiful crystal droplets.
With such incredible images, I can only hope that Alistair Campbell continues to capture such beautiful macro-imagery of mother nature.
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