March 28, 2010

Macro Monday



I love taking photos of dandelions; I just don't like them in my yard. Lucky for me these were not in my yard, rather, on the weedy edge of the golf course. Now, go visit Lisa, to see who else played today.

20 comments

  1. Hi Jan, thanks so much for visiting! You'd asked if that was snow on the bank of the picture I took. Actually, it's foam from the stream. It was rushing along so fast and that water was pouring out through a storm pipe. We'd had so much rain recently and the water was running fast. :)

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  2. Super beautiful...my fave is #2..gorgeous..I could almost reach out and touch it! Wonderful macros!
    Kiki~

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  3. Hi Jan! I love the second photo too. thanks for sharing!

    Little Queen

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  4. Wow! Those are wonderful macro captures! I DO have some in my yard and they are making me NUTS! Maybe I'll photograph one of two tomorrow...I've got to get them out of my yard!

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  5. It seems to me this is the second year in a row that you've made me feel envious that I don't have dandelions yet, LOL

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  6. Nice detail in the second photo.

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  7. Dandelions are nice. Your photos are lovely!

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  8. Well done. I have so much trouble taking photos of dandelions. I'm really clumsy and manage to knock the seeds off while I'm setting up the camera. Klutz.

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  9. Dandelions are great photoobejcts and in fact I have some in my garden but they are the pink ones. Great Macros

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  10. Oooh, Dandelions! Yes, they are beautiful, aren't they? And a real foretaste of summer, too.

    I like the composition in that first one!

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  11. I don't like them in my yard either, BUT at least we know warmer weather is on the way. LOL
    Thanks for getting me straightened out on Lisa's site. I didn't bother to check it.
    Have a super day.
    Becky

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  12. I agree about the dandelions in the garden. But they´re very beautiful flowers and that´s your photos too!

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  13. I agree with you. I've been photographing dandelions for years because they make great subjects.

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  14. So enjoyable to see these. They remind me of my childhood or playing with my own kids and watching them blow...

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  15. I love dandelions and seeing your photos. I love them in my yard and eat them almost daily. Well not now, nothing is growing in the yard yet.

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  16. Oh the shame! The golf course?! They are pretty as long as they aren't in our yards. :)

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  17. Now that is a close up! I wish my lens could make things look that big.

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