Thought I'd better get my finger out and get my entry done and in. I have long been impressed with macro shots of water drops where the water acts as a lens - so I thought I would have a go. I set up by our little garden pond to get a shot of it in a drop of water on a frond of bracken. Took plenty from different angles and got lovely shots with pebbles and rocks in the 'lens'. Trouble was you could not really work out what the drop image was - even though it was clear. So I grabbed a picture of the earth... stuck it to a stick and set it behind the water lens and this is the result. No edititing apart from cropping to size. Taken about an hour ago. Water drops are wide angle lenses so I should have trimmed the white off the picture edit: Taken with 70-200 f4L set to f8, removed and put on a 50mm long stack of spacer tubes. Camera (20D) on tripod.