Monday, 6 October 2008

Guest Gallery Macro Shots 2.

These two beautiful and very professional shots were taken by Bry who likes wander round Lincolnshire very early in order to catch the early morning light. Click on them both for a bigger view. Look closely at the spines on the feather and the 'seedy bits' (what are they called?) in the anemone. Aren't they wonderful?:




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8 comments:

weechuff said...

Beautiful photographs. I love the feather one:0)

granny grimble said...

I particularly like the anemone, what a clear beautiful shot. Well shot Bry!

Babs (Beetle) said...

I like them both, although the flower is the best photo :O)

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Croom said...

These are absolutely beautiful photographs. I love all the feathery spikes on each feather hair (does that make sense?) Anyway they are both cool.

Sindie said...

I like them both equally but for different reasons. The feather just sums up a misty autumn morning for me somehow. I don't know if it was taken at that time of year though. The anemone I love because of the colour and clarity. They're both beautiful!

Bry said...

Ooooooooooooooooo I am blushing....I love doing close up piccies and have lots more!!!! It has inspired me to get my camera out again! The feather was shot on a really really really cold morning in January this year, Dave and I had been wandering around in a frozen swamp for hours when I found the feather! Brrrrrrrrrrrr

Sindie said...

Well I'd rather you than me Bry! I can imagine very early morning to be an excellent time to take piccies, especially where you live in Lincolnshire.