Here is an image from last weekend’s shoot at Big Spring that I like, but I am not sure anyone else will.
After a quick afternoon rain, I focused on just the raindrops on the petals of an Indian blanket wildflower. So really just a drop or two is in focus. Then pointing the camera into the sun, I got all kinds of lens flare and bokeh effects, which looks kind of neat.
Indian blanket wildflower (Gaillardia pulchella), Big Springs historical and natural area, Great Trinity Forest, Dallas, Texas, USA. Canon 1Dx. 180mm macro. ISO 160. 1/200 sec. @ f/4. EV 0. Fill flash (probably -1).