Sunday, May 31, 2015

Macro without the lens




Hippeastrum roseum

19 comments:

  1. What a unique flower (at least to me). Love both of your shots.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  2. Great composition, especially in the first picture. The flower looks very special and elegant.

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    1. Thank you Christine for the visit and the appreciation.

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  3. What a beautiful flower, and so well photographed! I've spent some time looking at your past posts, and Isee we have something in common. I too, love to photograph flowers, and anything nature. I will return often!! And thank you for visiting me. I hope you had a chance to browse through some of my earlier posts of the past few months, and see some of the beautiful blooms I see here in the southwestern deserts of the US. So different from what you probably see where you live.

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    1. Thanks for the very kind words Karen. Yes we almost have the same subjects for photography, you are just a better photographer, haha! I also browsed on your many past posts, and already put your link in my reading list. I have been learning a lot from blogger friends, and learn what temperate country vegetation are called. So in my few visits to cold countries i immediately know those i've already seen, e.g. wisteria, crocus, snowdrops, magnolia, grape hyacinth, lupines, etc. I am so glad i learned them as of course, our vegetation in the tropics is very much different.

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  4. Just beautiful! Thank you for sharing these pictures

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  5. Thanks so much for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro ♥

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  6. Beautiful. I have macro lens but never used them for macro shooting. I better try them next time.

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    1. Maybe you should better give your macro lens to me, hahaha! My 35mm Zuico macro lens stayed in the service shop for a long time, yet when the getting time comes they said the price is more than the previous amount months ago. I would just retrieve it without repair. I am so mad.

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  7. Wow - gorgeous!

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  8. That's beautiful. You may not see snow-capped mountains very often, but I don't see flowers like this except on the screen!

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    1. hahaha, yes you're right Al, not everything is given to anyone. We always be thankful for what we have. Thank you for the visit. Come here often and i will show you all the flower colors on screen.

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  9. What a delight. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  10. Lovely details! Amaryllises are gorgeous flowers.

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  11. Lovely photos and beautiful flowers :-)

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  12. Beautiful shots, Andrea!
    Thank you for participating in Floral Friday Fotos, your contributions are always appreciated.

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