October is going to be over.
Throughout October, daytime has been sunny and warm like early summer
while I've turned on heater mornings and evenings.
Tiny drops of water form on cool surfaces of roses at night.
One morning I enjoyed quiet time photographing roses wet with dew.
Dew disappeared as the sun moved higher.
Also on the leaves of roses, there were glinting dew.
These are close-ups through my lens.
I showed a tiny leaf perfectly fringed by waterdrops in my garden
in the last post, Raindrops.
This time, rose leaves covered with droplets of dew.
"Let your life lightly dance on the edges of Time
like dew on the tip of a leaf."
In the Rose Garden of Ryosenji Temple, autumn roses are flowering fragrantly
though not so spectacular as the spring bloom due to the small number.
Linked to Mosaic Monday