Eyes of Nature
Produced using water droplets on a spider web and holding a flower in behind (anyone know the name of this flower, by the way?), each water droplet acts as a lens and refracts the image of what’s behind it.
I used focus-stacking techniques to get more in focus, I believe this is 12 frames combined to get it sharp across the board.
Nature is always watching! The dark center of this flower is what makes up the background of the image, providing great contrast against the refracted images. The largest water droplet in this image measures just under 1mm in diameter, the smallest is about 28 microns (0.028mm).