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Oh I like this one very much. Looks professionally done. Very good.
Looks almost sci-fi to me. Very good as usual.
This one looks fantastic really with all the details visible perfectly!It's a challenge for me now to learn macro photography and I'm glad to have found your blog - it contains lots of beautiful macro things to watch.
that's a wonderful picture so nice and close up..happy ww. mine is here
Wonderful attention to detail!!
Oh nice shot.. I have a thing for dandy's
Never looked at a dandelion clock this close. Will go outside and try to find one and look. The way you captured it is just great! So beautiful! Wonderful photo.
maybe i should make a wish and blow gently and my wish will be gently carried to the sky... this is beautiful...thank you for sharing...
I love pictures of dandelions. Happy WW.
Hi David - This is a lovely macro of a great subject. Happy WW.Bobbie
Perfect, David. This is a beautiful plant. I can't think of it as a weed, especially after looking at a photo like this one!
I don't think I've ever seen a dandelion taken from this perspective. Wonderful shot! Happy WW...
Hi david,I was pleasantly surprised at the way this photo turned out. It was a hand-held shot, so I wasn't expecting much in terms of clarity. Thanks for your feedback, it's much appreciated.Cheers,David
Hi chrome3d,Hmm, does remind me of a space station if I think of it that way..... Thanks for your comment!Cheers,David
David: That is a cool picture, very well done.
Wow! Phenomenal detail.Happy WW!
What a wonderful image - I love it!Happy WW.
What a beautiful macro shot!! I love the tiny dimples!! Beautiful!Happy WW!
Very clever, and a great shot. The photo is so clear and detailed -- very nice.
Breathtaking! Great shot. Happy WW!
i am always excited to download my photos and totally flabbergasted when the ones i think are iffy turn out to be the best.... this is a super one Dave.... i love it!
Wow! What a fabulous image!! I love it :D
Hi aluajala,I'm glad you've decided to start macro photography. There's not really much to "learn" so to speak - just set your camera on macro mode and start shooting! You'll pick up the most useful tips by yourself.All the best with your photography!Cheers,David
Hi michelle,Thanks for dropping round. I'll try and get to your page tonight.Cheers,David
Hi cecily r,Thanks for your comment. Haven't seen you around the ridges before, hope you enjoyed your stay!Cheers,David
Hi ya,I have always loved them too. Glad to find someone else who appreciates them as more than a weed. :)Cheers,David
Hi carin,It is nice to go out and look up close at nature sometimes - it is amazing what you can see! Just make sure someone doesn't come along and see you lying flat on the ground talking to a dandelion.....! :DCheers,David
Hi lareine,I can feel that same atmosphere you seem to have felt - the photo conveys the feeling imperfectly, but in nature the expression is fully realized. Make a wish - and thank God for the beauty of creation!Cheers,David
Hi hagar's daughter,Thanks for your comment. Hope you have a lovely W.W. too. Glad you liked the dandelions, maybe next time you'll be able to think of them in a new light.Cheers,David
Hi bns,Happy WW to you too. Thanks for managing to drop by my place again this week, it is greatly appreciated. Have a great week!Cheers,David
Hi sandycarlson,I agree - I can never manage to think of these beautiful plants as weeds! Then again, if the definition of a weed is "an unwanted plant" then these certainly aren't weeds. Something to think about..... :)Cheers,David
Hi june,That's interesting, I think I've seen a few other shots close up of dandelions, but never this exact angle either. Thanks for your copmment, hope you have a lovely day.Cheers,David
Hi fishing guy,Thanks for dropping by and commenting. Hope you have a great WW.Cheers,David
Hi amy-happy momma,That's one of the things I love about digital photography - it's so easy to blow things up and retain perfect detail. My camera is 9MP, so it's quite good for that.Cheers,David
Hi carletta,Thanks for your lovely comment, it's always nice to have the positive feedback on the site. Have a great day!Cheers,David
Hi yellowrose,That was one of the beautiful things I only noticed about this plant while looking at the photo - those tiny dimples that add so much to the picture. Thanks for noticing!Cheers,David
Hi sherry,Thanks for your comment. I appreciate the detail you went to in explaining the detail (if that makes sense!) All the best with your continued blogging, have a great week.Cheers,David
Hi sandy m,Thanks for your comment. Hope you have a happy WW too!Cheers,David
Hi carol,Glad you agree with me here - it's also great to see that people are reading the comments! :) Thanks for your comment, hope you have a great day.Cheers,David
Hi lea,Glad you liked this pic. Thanks for dropping round again, nice to see someone coming back often, it really makes the site worthwhile. :)Cheers,David
This is an incredible shot! Love it.
That's a cool shot. I know you'd think I'm being silly but this shot reminds me of Horton (the movie).:-)Thanks for the visit.
Hi byrningbunny,Thanks for the comment. Hope to see you around again some day soon. :)Cheers,David
Hi zamejias,Hmm, I haven't seen Horton. But one person's interpretation of art is never "silly" - after all, art is all about interpretation and personal feelings!Cheers,David
Oh my gosh! This is fabulous! I would love to have your macro lens.
My husband hates dandelions! He does lawn care though. :-) In this shot it looks so beautiful! I really love the composition. The weed became a work of art!
Hi Musings,As a matter of fact, I shot this with a prosumer digital camera (not an SLR) from about 15cm away. It does have a good macro, but this photo is digitally cropped.Cheers,David
Hi Angie,My father never liked dandelions, and I still tend to think of gardening when I look at them! But they are very beautiful when you see them close up, even if they are weeds.Cheers,David
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