"ibwebsraindrops" represents Ingrid Blaurock. She is a German based emerging artist, graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna, Italy. She works as a freelance translator and web designer.

She is the creator of “Raindrops Art”, a special photographic research presenting her very personal interpretation of raindrops on glass panes, captured with a smartphone.

Since 2019 she has used the platform Instagram to share her impressions on a daily basis. Her Fine-art photography quickly attracted the attention of the community and today she is a much-visited photographer. In order to inspire the viewer with her photos, she puts special emphasis on colors, composition, mood and lighting.

She would like to convey and share her way of thinking, feeling and acting and her special artistic style through her Fine-art photography. Her raindrops, vivid and full of positive energy, reflect her perception and interpretation of the surrounding world. They offer space for dreaming and meditating. Colorful, diverse, harmonious microcosms flooded with more or less light.


“Working on this research I have learned a lot about the nature of raindrops and their lens-like potential. While I zoom in and well-focus the raindrops on my car window, deeply concentrated, I go through a process of both searching and spontaneity. I perceive the instant of their very short life. Then I entirely rely on my inner harmony and calm. After a successful shot, all my tension slacks. I feel a growing relaxation and a contentment deep within me because I captured the great world in little raindrops, and because I can share with other people my creations and visions.

Photography has always been a passion for me, a chance to fully develop my creative side. My tireless enthusiasm for photography guided me to finally discover my “Raindrops Art”.

In search of distraction during a difficult personal moment in my life I discovered this completely new world of raindrops on the windows of my car. I immediately realized that I had to seize this extraordinary opportunity.”

Dum loquimur, fugerit invida aetas: carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero.
In the moment of our talking, envious time has ebb'd away. Seize the present; trust tomorrow e'en as little as you may.
taken from book 1 of the Roman poet Quintus Horatius Flaccus's work Odes - Carpe diem (Hor. Carm. I 11 - 23 BC)
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