Catch a Falling Star

Dew 1

Dew 1

Put it in your pocket

Never let it fade away!

Dew 2

Dew 2

Early morning sunlight transforms the dew on this leaf into a myriad of tiny stars.

Isn’t Nature wonderful?


post script: Catch a Falling StarΒ was written by Paul Vance and Lee Pockriss. It was released in 1957 and famously sung by Perry Como.



38 thoughts on “Catch a Falling Star

  1. faburlifekhloe

    You have a great eye to notice small details and beautiful things around you Sci. πŸ™‚ The falling star looks extra beautiful on top of the green leaves. ❀ When the sunbeam hits the leaves and falling star, the photos just look very dreamy. Love it! ❀

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  2. blosslyn

    Oh you have just bought a memory back, my mother use to sing that song to send us to sleep when my brother and I were very little, she had a lovely voice, unfortunately she died when she was 50, but I can still her singing that song, and another one, ‘What are they going to do down on the farm’ funny how things make you remember……so glad you posted this πŸ™‚ Also nice photos πŸ™‚

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  3. ladysighs

    We get so busy we miss those beautiful moments that a change of light shines on the simpler things of nature. Thank you for reminding me to step away from the computer and step outside. I think I just heard the morning paper being tossed. πŸ™‚
    Think I’ll let my husband step out instead. πŸ˜‰

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