03 November 2013

I Heart Macro: Rowan




Rowan or mountain-ash.
The berries are an importaint food source
for many birds in the autumn.

I'm sharing with I Heart Macro
and Macro Monday 2.

Shine the Divine

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64 comments:

  1. Perfect detailed photos!
    Have a great day!

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    1. Thank you Daniela! I wish you a lovely day.

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  2. LOVELY LIGHT AND COLORS..... GREAT SHOT.

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  3. Dear Gunilla,
    a symphony in red, great macros of these little berries.
    Have a nice day
    moni

    Thanks if you visit my blog
    http://www.reflexionblog.de

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  4. An abundance of beauty and nourishment for our eyes and birds passing through. Thank you for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

    I do hope you will participate in this year's 5th Annual Gratitude (word) Quilt. Instructions and a link that explains the origins of this project can be found at the top of my blog.

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  5. Ah, the finite texture and beautiful macro shot ~ Divine, xxx

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  6. så vackra och så bra! Visst är det rönnbär? De ser så stora ut...:)

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    1. Tack ska du ha! Visst är det rönnbär.

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  7. Wow! They look like juicy apples Gunilla. Now all we neeed are the Waxwings.

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    1. Thank you Phil! I saw some on Thursday, but more about them later.

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  8. Beautiful macros. I only recently learned (from another blog) that mountain ash were a kind of rowan berry (until then I'd never heard the word rowan, but I know the mountain ash tree well!)

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    1. Thank you Sallie! Finns have believed it to be sacred and a bringer of luck.

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  9. I first thought it was tomatoes ! Excellent macro shot of berries !

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  10. Wow...this is really up close....stunning!

    Ruby

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  11. I was like Gattina and first thought it was cherry tomatoes.
    Excellent macros!

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  12. Beautiful photos, I like your Rowan!

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  13. You've managed to pull out the 'reds' in a remarkable way Gunilla!

    Best regards from the Netherlands,
    dzjiedzjee.blogspot.com

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  14. gorgeous photos of the rowan! lovely details and color.
    have a nice evening.

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    1. Thank you Christine! I wish youa great new week!

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  15. I've never seen a rowan up close like this. Glad to learn something new today.

    Hazel

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  16. Beautiful photos!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  17. Thank you for visiting my blog and commenting.

    Your berries are a beautiful, brilliant red. I've often heard of mountain ash but never knew what it looked like.

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  18. Your Marco's are stunning! Happy week to you!

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  19. beautiful - and I love the bright red! It's all grey here today.

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    1. Thank you Katrin! It's been grey here too.

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  20. Nice photos - such great detail. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  21. Beautiful photos, the berries are not only for birds they can be used for tasty jelly.

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    1. Thank you Christian! Yes, they can, often with apples added.

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  22. Your Rowan berries look very delicious, I'm sure the birds will enjoy them. I did try cooking some once.

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  23. pretty macros...of such a constant beauty of Autumn.

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  24. I like this warm red very much! Good macros!
    Have a wonderful week, dear Gunilla!
    Katrin

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    1. Thank you, dear Katrin! I wish you a lovely week!

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  25. Flotte billeder su viser af nogle dejlige / sunde røde tomater. Ønsker dig en god tirsdag:) Knus Hanne Bente ♥

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    1. Tusen tack Hanne! Ha en skön kväll! Kram, Gunilla

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  26. They are so beautiful with their rich, red coloring!

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  27. Wonderful captures. They certainly are bright red.

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  28. What lovely details! I love this series of photos a lot!

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  29. Cute little berries. They look like tomatoes! <3

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  30. hier werden diese Früchte schon von den Amseln ..geerntet..
    LG vom katerchen

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