17 February 2013

I Heart Macro & Macro Monday





studio waterstone

MM3

44 comments:

  1. Kuinka olet saanut kuvat terkennettu hienosti vaikka ovat niin hentoja, Kauniit pehmeät sävyt.

    Kaunsi tausta sinulla blogissa

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    1. Kiitos Ritva! Kauan ja hartaasti kuvasin. Näytän vaan parhaat palat. *Ü*

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  2. Nature is the best designer, isn't she? :)

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    1. Thank you Ekaterina! She certainly is!

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  3. Very nicely shot. Love the color, too.

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  4. Gorgeous purple flower. The green center is perfect with the purple!

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  5. Hello Gunilla,
    what wonderful macro shots, lobe the color and the nice details!
    Wish you a good Monday,
    moni

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    1. Thank you so much dear Moni! Have a lovely day!

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  6. Beautiful pictures! I love that color!

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  7. That is the most beautiful deep purple color! I just love it. What a gorgeous plant.

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  8. Beautiful! Color, light, texture - everything!

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  9. Beautiful colors! I cant wait for flowers to return!

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  10. Each little flower is beautiful! Some with stamens open others closed.

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  11. Muito lindo,adorei!beijos,chica

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  12. Fantastic shots ! Nice to see flowers these days it's still so dull outside !

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  13. Fabulous photos of those wonderful purple flowers!

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  14. Oh, this is a beautiful flower. My favorite colors are purple and green. I wonder if I could grow those down here in S. Texas? Gorgeous shots.

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    1. Thank you Lee Ann! I think it's an Allium called Stars of Persia, but I'm not 100 % sure.

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  15. I'm not familiar with this flower, but it's an unexpected pleasure to see this color in winter. And I really like how you've used bokeh to emphasize its spikey shape.

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    1. Thank you so much Faye! I really appreciate your comment.

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  16. I thought is was an allium. They are so wonderful close up!

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