Celebrating the Heart of America, Her People and Places
Wow....the detail is absolutely stunning! Fantastic shot!
Hi MikeThis has a lovely velvety "feel" to it. Just what I need color and brightness after so many dull cold days. Hope you are keeping warm and avoiding the bad weather, we have been lucky thus far but it is still murky and dull.Lori
Another beaut, my friend. Nice macro work. I've never got that close to such a large flower.
you said it, "the designs of nature are amazing!!have a very blessed week!
This is a nice shot, Mike, and I think better and more interesting, to me, than the one earlier. I like macro photography because it opens up things that most people never get to see. And this is a classic example of that.
Oh I really like this one close up!! Love the detail... :) :) I am going to have to give this technique a try.. :) :)
You have captured the real tactile feel of the beautiful rose. I like seeing all the veins and grooves of the flower. Nice job.
Stunning! I love the detail here Mike!
Hi Mike, I was glad to see your comment on my blog. Thank you. I can understand you because I am tight with time as well.I first want to say that both Katy and Rebecca are lovely girls. They are so young and beautiful and their radiant smile made me smile too.As for the red rose, it was a great and pleasant surprise for my eyes. You have done wonderful macro work.
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