10 Cool Photos of Water Drops

10 Cool Photos of Water Drops

Drops of water can add another layer of texture and patterns to a photograph. I was wondering what kind of variety I could find with this subject within PhotoShelter, and was surprised with how many there were to choose from.

I spent about 3 hours last night looking through images that contain drops of water as a main element. Here are some of my favorites…

Refreshing by Janice Sullivan.


Plastic water bottle by Tim McGuire.

Dog shakes off water by Justin Bailie.

Water Drops by Dilip Bhoye.

Church Steeple Rain Drops by Rick Wilson.

Boy, Water, Refreshment by Gerard Turnley.

Water Drops on Cobwebs from Bonne Images.

Water Drops in Brooklyn by Harold Cook.

Color Water Drop Photo in Vibrant Color by Michael Dykstra.

Raindrops on a Rose by Loren Fisher.

If you’ve spotted (or shot) any cool photos of water drops (or any liquid for that matter), please share them by posting a link below!

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  1. Chris Harnish at 8:18 am

    Water droplets caught by a camera lens have always fascinated me. The macro lens bringing the drop to gigantic proportions with reflections caught close-up or a high shutter speed catching a droplet in mid-air or the “splash”. The human eye is just not adept enough to catch the wonder of these, yet the camera can open up these worlds to us. I could spend hours looking through photos like these, too.

  2. mikewhitephoto at 11:57 am

    The Sensual side of waterdrops for my ArtBlanche project: For these next two images, the waterdrops become another character, and add sensuality to the story (worksafe): http://mikewhite.photoshelter.com/img-show/I0000Bc3QVmcBaMg http://mikewhite.photoshelter.com/img-show/I0000ri58bh3QNII Here, I’m simply using waterdrops to reveal the contours of a beautiful surface (worksafe): http://mikewhite.photoshelter.com/img-show/I0000PjpPNuV9gy4 In this final image (recently censored for the general public), the snow melting on a car window adds an environment for a narrative to take place: http://mikewhite.photoshelter.com/image/I0000mxg6tj7eX5U Hope you like… -Mike White

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