18 November 2012

I heart macro






studio waterstone

I'm linking up to the last
I heart macro this year over at
Studio Waterstone.

MM3

I'm also linking to
Macro Monday
at Lisa's Chaos.

48 comments:

  1. Nice photos, delicious light, pure beauty, the latter is really sublime. Greetings.

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    1. Thank you Leovi! Have a wonderful week!

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  2. Vilken vacker blomma! Den har jag nog aldrig sett.
    Fina bilder!

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    1. Tack Cecilia! Jag är dålig på blomsternamn. Jag vet tyvärr inte vad den heter.

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  3. Beautiful Shots. Great Colors, I Love all of them. See you!

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  4. Oh wow, what awesome shots! Love how fuzzy it looks. The last shot is just stunning!

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  5. ♛Ǥ I just love the sequence, almost like an animation!
    ☮ Ɗ

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  6. You've captured such fine details and the colors are rich! I'm your newest follower....

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    1. Thank you so much Madge! I'm glad you enjoyed my flowers!

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  7. On sinulla taas upeat makrot, komeat kuvat!!

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    1. Kiitos Ritva ja mukavaa päivää sinulle!

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  8. beautiful Gunilla... love seeing the process of growth here.

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  9. Those are stunning macros...the heart of the flower -- the picture of life and growth! Wonderful.

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  10. WOW! I'm impressed! Your pictures are gorgeous!

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    1. Thank you Elisa, I appreciate your comment!

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  11. Absolutely lovely macro ~ Wow! (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

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  12. Belíssima série! beijos,chica

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  13. What is this flower? Very interesting, it has cute 'furs' ;)

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    1. Thank you Dee! I'm terrible with flower names, but I think it's some sort of rudbeckia (but I could be wrong).

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  14. Great clarity on each bristle of the blossom.

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    1. Thank you so much! I'm very pleased with these photos.

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  15. Calling by from Macro Monday, another beautiful selection of macro compositions.

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    1. Thank you Lindy Lou, I'm happy you visited.

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  16. Thats a great set of shots - just shows that flowers don't have to have acres of primary colour to look good.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Australia

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    1. Thanks Stewart! Colour is important, but I'm also interested in shapes, textures and details.

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  17. When I saw the first shot, I guessed some form of Daisy, my wife has taught me well. It's lovely

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