The Macro lens was reserved to photograph my jewelry art. Not only it allows me to take detailed pictures of the pieces, but it is also my quality control, as every tiny blemish will show.
Back to Israel after a month away, when I left it was scorching summer. Now the air is cooler, and it already rained twice this week.
And my macro lens got another use. Shooting raindrops.
Not that it was such a success the first time I tries. Macro shooting and the wind are not good companions.
But I am stubborn (as my husband will readily agree...) and I kept trying until I was able to capture it. Not perfect yet, but already able to express what I saw.
The gift of rain. Nature's gift to us.