Macro Monday is easy to play, snap a macro (or any close-up) photo, post it on your blog and come back here and sign Mr Linky. Don't forget to visit each other. :)
Can you tell what this is?
The one above is my current background.
I looked at that third photo and thought, "That's some huge nose ring". Those are amazing photos.
Beautiful!!!!! Mine's up. Can you guess what it is?
I was going to guess the body of a dragonfly....is it part of the butterfly? I can't see it. The butterfly photos are terrific!
Oh WOW!! This is amazing Lisa!!!! I love the colour too!!
All I can say is, amazing.
It is absolutely beautiful. I hope when spring comes, and I get more inspired I can get better at my macros.
WOW!! I really need to look into a lense like that for my camera. What a beautiful close up with such vibrant color and detail.We have a place just east of Kansas City called Powell Gardens and it has a really cool butterfly garden. You need to let me know in the spring if you have time to stop and look. Beautiful flowers as well. And a A framed wedding chapel.....I'm telling you, you'd be in photo heaven!
This photo really inspired me to get a good macro lens. :)It's amazingly great.My today's entry are here and here.
Beautiful as always. You just amaze me each week.Mine is up, and guess what -- it is not an animal! Amazing, huh!
How do you get 'em to hold still like that?Amazing as always...
It's amazing what a good macro shot can do ! It looks so artistic !
Amazing shots....My entry for MM this week : in HERE. Hope you have time to visit . Thanks
Phenomenal. Your photos continue to amaze me.
And BTW: Happy Birthday!!!
that would make an excellent key ring (for a miniature man(wish this was macro tuesday instead of monday. I might remember to play then
Amazing photography! :)Beautiful series.Great details.I just love the third picture.WONDERFUL! :)
They are gorgeous!I don't think I have ever seen them from that angle :D
Margie has some beautiful shots up on our site today. I love yours. And happy belated birthday ....
Here is my entry.http://julia-myphotojourney.blogspot.com/2009/02/brooch.html
Ohmygosh ... these are amazing! I've never looked so closely at anything until I discovered your photos and I know I have much to learn, but I did post a second Macro Monday this week at Happily Retired Gal. I'm learning bit by bit and hope to get better with practice.Hugs and blessings,
Hmmm ... I don't see Mr. Linky so here's a link to my 2nd Macro Monday - After Rain.Hugs and blessings,
How on earth did you get those shots without the butterfly flying off?Very, very cool.Mine is here:http://inthemeantime.typepad.com/in_the_meantime/2009/02/daisyshine.htmlI put it Mr. Linky, but saw that I'm the only one, so I thought that I would put it here too :-P
these images are amazing. I do believe the first image is the wings closes and together from behind, exquisite!
Is it the butterfly with his wings closed ? Beautiful macros !
Yikes! That's close!
What a great sequence. That first shot had me going. I love the way you look at things.
so, so, so, so, so.....BEAUTIFUL:)
Beautiful butterfly shots! I love seeing these little creatures up close. My "Sweet" Macro is up.
Great photos. I don't have the ability to get too close to my subject, but within today's post, I have a picture of a $%#@ as close as I could get..........................:)
I would have to invent a new word to describe just how wonderful these photos are!!
Your macros really amazed me! it's jaw-droping amazement!
Beautiful.I am learning my new camera slowly.I long to get such captures.You are sooooooo inspiring!So you lived in Corpus!!I will spend November through April there starting this year.CAN NOT WAIT!love TJ
Amazing pictures! Well done!
Stunning Macro series. That's up close and personal
WOW! These are AMAZING! I've never seen a butterfly this close up before! What weird eyes and that tongue! Totally cool photos! I've tried and tried to get butterfly photos close up but can never catch them. These are amazing!!!!
Yay!! I love butterfly photos! I had a blast at the butterfly exhibit here at Powell Gardens over the summer. They are so beautiful. You did a great job with these. The lighting is great and the colors pop!
If I didn't like Butterflies before( and I did) I would so love them now!! they are so stunning!!