noun, verb, dropped or dropt, drop·ping.
1. a small quantity of liquid that falls or is produced in a more or less spherical mass; a liquid globule.
2. the quantity of liquid contained in such a globule.
3. a very small quantity of liquid: I’ll have a little more tea, just a drop.
4. a minute quantity of anything: not even a drop of mercy.

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23 Comments CherryPie on Mar 2nd 2012

23 Responses to “PhotoHunt – Drop”

  1. Sean Jeating says:

    Uff … if only had I not dropped the precious liquid. …

    I German snowdrops are being called snowbellies (Schneeglöckchen).

  2. I didn’t know “dropped” can also be spelt as “dropt”!!
    So it’s like leapt, dreamt, burnt, learnt, swept, etc.

  3. It;s good to see snowddrop.s I was delighted to see our first tulip this week!

  4. Annie says:

    I love this photo! We call them snowdrops and your have raindrops on them too. Very nice.

  5. YTSL says:

    Lovely photo, Cherie. Excellent choice for this week’s Photo Hunt. :)

  6. that is a beautiful photo… a sign that spring is just around the corner!
    Thanks for dropping by The Saturday PhotoHunt.
    I hope to see y’all next Saturday… We may have to hunt for ’symbolic’!
    ♥ Sandi

  7. Lilian says:

    Ahh…I was going to post a snowdrop picture as well, but I couldn’t find any good ones! Yours is very nice.

  8. Ruth says:

    Beautiful. Snowdrops and raindrops :)