Saturday, January 14, 2012

i heart macro

Shortly after coming across "i heart macro" this week for the first time, I walked by my window and saw the morning sun illuminating a seed pod in it's fleeting light in my backyard.  I quickly grabbed my camera and ran out to capture what I saw a before the sun shifted and left the pod in the shadows again....







studio waterstone

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful shots, Pam. Thanks for joining us.

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  2. Those are stunning pictures! So magical looking! Great shots!

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  3. Wonderful capture of that seed pod!

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  4. The lighting, the color, the angles...all gorgeous!

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  5. Wow! What great photos and lovely colors! Your timing was perfect! Welcome!

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  6. What brilliant shots, it is so nice when you manage to just capture the perfect moment!

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  7. oh an thank you for stopping by my blog! I see you are from Phoenix.... what an awesome place to be from for wonderful photography opportunities.... my nephew lives in Tempe, and I went to visit last spring. Was amazed at the lighting and photo ops around Sedona, Page and just everywhere. Awesome. Nice to meet you! Jeanne

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  8. Pam, what incredible shots! The contrasts are lovely.

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  9. Love your macro shots!! Have a great week ahead!

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  10. How beautiful...the light against the pod is gorgeous.

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  11. just beautiful; little pods seemingly filled with dark blue seeds...

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  12. Pam, I was dying to answer your note a minute ago but there was not a reply option. I love Wilson, and did the Page/ Lake Powell tour with him last year. My nephew has done a number of things with him. What a coincidence. What is your last name, and I will tell him I ran across you by accident. How cool. So what things have you done with him?? jstonefnp@yahoo.com

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  13. Oh what a great shot. Mine is up too.

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  14. Wow! Beautiful and special photos!

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  15. Gorgeous. there is something so beautiful about an empty seed pod. Mother Nature is incredible!

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  16. It never ceases to amaze me, just how beautiful flowers can be even after their prime, and you have so beautifully shown that here Pam. these are really stunning images.

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Thank you so much for taking time to visit...I love hearing from you!

Pam