Sunday, August 10, 2014

i HEART MACRO







I am linking up with Laura's I Heart Macro here

Shine the Divine

Your lovely meme encourages me to practice my with my macro lens Laura, thank you so much for hosting.

33 comments:

  1. that's beautiful. i love lantana.

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  2. I feel like falling into that first shot like Dorothy in the poppies.

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  3. Spectacular, I love how macro shots enable us to view details we would otherwise miss.
    ~Jo

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  4. me to on the I heart macro.. and nothing is better to show the details of beauty in flowers or other things.

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  5. A beautiful flower and pollinator magnet

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  6. Oh my goodness, these are wonderful!!! Lantana, I think. Your two shots really show different aspects of the same flowers.

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  7. Beautiful shots! Lantana never looked so pretty. I feel as though I could reach out and touch them.
    betsy

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  8. Aha! Lantana! My grandmother's favorite flower! Beautiful shots! (Thanks for visiting Sequim Daily Photo!)

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  9. Stunning Denise. The colors are gorgeous too.

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  10. Woohoo! Now I know what these are! Thanks for the beautiful photos.

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  11. Beautiful! I have a small Lantana on my balcony!

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  12. Now that's a different look at Lantanas. Excellent shots Denise.

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  13. Lovely photos great colors to them.

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  14. Bright and beautiful.
    They will make perfect "Get well soon!" greeting cards.

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  15. Lantana escaped in Hawaii and is a big pest eaten by feral goats. The Lantana evolved thorns to discourage the goats. I don't see any thorns on these. Probably a milder version?

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  16. Gorgeous flowers! I love the bright colours.

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  17. I love lantana. These are beautiful shots.

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  18. So pretty. Lantana is a flower I wasn't familiar with until we started traveling. I love it.

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  19. Gorgeous photos! I was wondering what the name of that flower was since I see it all over the neighborhood in gardens. Lantana! I need to remember this for my granddaughter.

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