08 June 2014

Acorn caps






Last year's acorn caps and a succulent
in the moss.
Margareteberg Park 28.4.2014.

I'm linking to
I Heart Macro
Macro Monday 2

http://www.shinethedivinecreativityisaspiritualpractice.com/2014/06/i-heart-macro-56.html

http://macromonday2.blogspot.fi/2014/06/faded-agapanthus.html

46 comments:

  1. Really amazing photos :)

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  2. Great shots of the acorn caps. Great detail. Thanks for visiting my blog! :)

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    1. Thank you Linda! It was my pleasure.

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  3. Those acorn macros show things I didn't know were there. NIce!

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  4. Wonderful shapes, Gunilla!
    Og dato for sommerens Blogger´s Sunday Walk, er bestemt til å være søndag 13. juli.... aner ikke hvor jeg er da, men tur blir det i alle fall.
    Inviter gjerne andre bloggere til å delta!
    Ha fortsatt flott pinse - klem

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    1. Tack ska du ha! Jag ska försöka delta, men jag vet inte heller var jag kommer att vara då. Ha det gott!

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  5. Pretty delicious ways with light! Wonderful photos!

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  6. Hi Gunilla,
    oh what woundeful Macros from the acorn :-)
    Fantastic!!
    Hugs Riv

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  7. Great detail on your macros. I really like that succulent.

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    1. Thank you Bettyl! I like succulents a lot.

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  8. Beautiful macro photos, Gunilla.
    To see many details.
    Greetings Irma

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  9. wonderful textures Gunilla! Thanks as always for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

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  10. How do you get these macros? Amazing detail and I love your blog background!..Michelle

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    1. Thank you, Michelle! I'd say with patience and a steady hand. Not all photos turn out great, but some do. :)

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  11. I especially love the inside, they look like little bowls. Great shots Gunilla.

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  12. these are great Gunilla. I know a girl that collects the acorn caps and makes candles out of them. pretty photos.

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  13. Such great details of the acorn caps! I was fascinated by them as a child.

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    1. Thank you Hannah! I love acorns and acorn caps.

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  14. Although acorn caps are not much to look at, you have made them interesting with some great macro shots Gunilla.

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  15. So stunning pictures, Gunilla! I enjoyed watching them ...

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  16. How cute. Nature is full of surprises.

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  17. förr hade jag alltid en sådan där i fickan. Den var skön att känna på.

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    1. Tack Monica! Flickorna hade fickorna fulla av dem när de var mindre. :)

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  18. Wonderful macros! Love the details!

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  19. How cute ! they look like little hats !

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