21 October 2012

I heart macro





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38 comments:

  1. Vackra färger och naturligtvis så gjorde spindeln bilderna extra spännande för mig!
    Ha det så bra!

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  2. Pretty flowers and great shot of the spider!

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  3. Nydelige bilder, spesielt det siste hvor edderkoppen vises så tydelig.

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  4. Great photo - I do love the spider. Have a great week ahead..

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    1. Thank you Inga! I hope you have a great week too.

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  5. That last shot is incredible!

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  6. I like the tree-shaped branches and also the tiny flowers produced. Nicely photographed.

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  7. Delicious photos, I love the colors of these macros.

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  8. G♛ Wow, your photos are so amazing! Macro is so good for you and your 'magical' eye!
    Great work, again. ☮D

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    1. Thank you so much Dan! It takes a lot of practice too. *Ü*

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  9. Love that sweet spider on those pretty blooms.
    Jenni

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  10. Vackra foton. Mycket fin spindel också.

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  11. Stunning flower shots, and I love that little spider!

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  12. Love the last shot! But then, I've always been a fan of critters. :-)

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  13. That is an amazing shot of the spider. Your pics are inspiring me. Thanks for posting.

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    1. Thank you Jen, I appreciate your comment!

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  14. Wonderful pictures - I like the spider. The things they can do with their legs is remarkable.

    Stewart M - Australia

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    1. Thank you Stewart! They are very interesting critters.

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  15. Dear Gunilla,
    amazing macro shots, great work!
    Have a nice week
    moni

    (Sorry, but I hate spiders!!!)

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    1. Thank you Moni! I'm not a big fan of spiders either, but this one was rather small and quite interesting. Have a great week!

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  16. What an amazing set of pictures. Fantastic spider shot.

    Herding Cats

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  17. Ha! Seeing your blog I can now understand why you liked the heirloom beads on the last tattoo artist of Kalinga in my post! Pretty macros of the flower... and I don't mind seeing spiders in photos, but am not enamored with them live... :-)

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    1. Thank you Francisca! It was only a teeny tiny spider. It was nothing to be afraid of. Have a lovely weekend!

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