Raindrops | #Monomad Challenge

There has been a stormy weather disturbance happening now in the Philippines because of typhoon. In fact, there's another incoming low pressure that is about to become a typhoon when it enters within the Philippine Area of Responsibility(PAR) as the Philippine weather bureau forecasted. The Local Government Units(LGU) keeps reminding citizens to be observant especially the ones living near the river and on the valley.

And instead of worrying much, I took some photos right after the heavy rain. Check out the below photos which I turned into Black and White for these will be my entry as well for the #monomad challenge initiated by @monochromes.

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Raindrops stayed on the surface of the leaves and so the rose petals being punched by the raindrops causes some petals to detach to the rosebud.

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Raindrops dripping on the branches of one of my hanging plants.

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I also noticed this plant that leaves no trace of water when the leaves get wet from raindrops, the water only slides itself instead.

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Above photos were all captured by yours truly 📸@jayparagat using Nikon D5600 + Nikon 40-150 Lens

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