You're welcome! Actually, when looking at your 'Masterpieces', I somehow have the feeling of giving up macro photography, because this subject is 'defined' by your pics. How can anyone of us ever be that good???
Seriously, I'm a big fan of your pictures. Keep it rollin'!!!
. . . aww. Too sweet and too kind, but I'll accept the beautiful compliments. I think you nailed it though, it's pretty hard to shoot these macro water droplets just right.(Even if I might make it appear extremely easy.) That is why I started gathering a variety of lenses to use on a camera that the lens doesn't go to. For some reason, certain macro lenses designed for a specific camera have issues when shooting water droplets. A cameras aperture setting is also an issue within this type of photography. There's a lot going on when trying to shoot such a delicate subject. Not enough light and the droplet looks boring and lifeless. Too much light and the viewer’s eyes start to blink rapidly and tear up, the intensity of the lighting and colours becomes too much to look at for a reasonable length of time.