20 January 2013

I Heart Macro & Macro Monday






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42 comments:

  1. Love! To see the sequence of this beautiful orange flower opening is delightful! Is it a Chrysanthemum?

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    1. Thank you! I don't think it's a chrysanthemum, I think it's a Calendula officinalis (pot marigold), but I could be wrong. *Ü*

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  2. Breathtaking pictures <3

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  3. What a wonderful place you have created here...thanks for visiting my blog. I love this series...it is amazing to see the beauty of each little petal as it changes. Sometimes the smallest things are the most perfect.

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    1. Thank you so much, I appreciate your comment!

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  4. Love it!Perfect beginning for a new da here in the snow ...

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  5. Brilliant work, love the progression. I must give this a try

    Mollyxxx

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  6. It's nice to see some pretty flowers this time of year, I'm growing tired of the cold and gray.

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    1. Thank you Wayne! These shots are from last summer. It's very cold and gray here too right now.

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  7. So pretty! Great colors and details!

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  8. Wow! How fun to capture the progression of the bloom!!

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  9. Ooops! I meant to say thank you for visiting MammothLakesDP!!! But I got caught up in your progressive bloom!!!

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  10. Very beautiful and colorful:)

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  11. Delicious compositions, beautiful tones and textures of these flowers. Delicateness.

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  12. Oh, wondeful...makes me think of the coming of spring. Soon.

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    1. Thank you Janice! I'm also ready for spring. Until then photos from last summer will have to do.

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  13. Gorgeous photos, is spring in the air? :-)

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    1. Thank you! I wish we'd have spring in the air, but we'll have to wait a few months still. These shots are from last summer.

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  14. Calendula is one of my favorite flowers. Lovely series from bud to bloom.

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