Sunday, November 28, 2010

Mountain Flowers Macro Monday

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The point and shoot offered its services while hiking in Glacier National Park. I didn't think these turned out too bad. :0)
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This one even had a little visitor in it.
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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 MckLinky. :) MM started on Sept 29, 2008 - Thanx to all of you for helping make it such a fun start to the week!


43 comments:

  1. Those are great, Lisa - I love the first 'not quite perfect' flower. Such a gorgeous colour! I think things are often more interesting when they're not quite perfect and the composition is spot-on. The focus in both pics is great, too! :)

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  2. These blossoms are absolutely gorgeous!!! Wishing you a grand week!!

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  3. Those are gorgeous, Lisa! Really love the blue.

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  4. Great closeups of wonderful flowers and right now we need a lot of those colorful shots, says I who posted a grey one.....;-)

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  5. fabulous color, what a tease ~ I long for Spring!

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  6. These are wonderful photos. My first time to play Macro Monday. Have a great week!

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  7. hello Lisa~ these flowers are beautiful. i think the middle one is my favorite. isn't it great when we don't have our big cameras with us but can still get a few great shots with our backup cameras? hope all is well.

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  8. I hope to Glacier National one day, beautiful shots. I posted a link, but forgot that I had another macro shot scheduled for tomorrow, so I may post that tomorrow!

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  9. Absolutely beautiful. I'll be back in the morning to link up!

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  10. Gorgeous images! Boy do I miss the flowers!

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  11. whoa they all look perfect to me! and i use only point and shoot too. and mine is not a back up. it is my only camera! of course not unless i'm on assignment and i get to tinker with a pro.

    absolutely gorgeous to see the wild and the raw. they sure make me gush.

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  12. These shots are outstanding!. So nice to see the colors now that things here are rather drab..
    B.

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  13. Fabulous details - makes me miss the flowers blooming!

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  14. very pretty. so crisp like the blue one with the bug inside.

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  15. The one is the middle is really lovely.

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  16. The first one looks like Aster to me, so pretty!

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  17. gorgeous shots, Love the last one with the bugs butt!

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  18. Great photos! Love the visitor.

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  19. I love the little surprises like the little visitors....

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  20. The flowers are gorgeous, very welcome when it snows outside ! but I would never look into a flower to see an ugly insect !

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  21. Lovely colors , just what I need to see know in the winter time !
    Outside it´s could and snowy here today :(
    I think it´s beutiful with snow but I don´t like the could part :)
    Have a great week !

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  22. so many great colors!
    what a joy!

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  23. Beautiful collection of flowers in delightful colours! How lovely to find them growing wild!

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  24. These are beautiful flowers, and I think point and shoot camera is pretty amazing these days!

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  25. Thanks for hosting. I love you mountain flower photos.

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  26. I'd say they turned out great! It's nice to see flowers again :)

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  27. O wow! Those flowers look amazing! And you caught them so pretty well with your macro-lens. I love the colors and the pretty details. Over here, in the Netherlands, we are running out of colorfull flowers, as you can see in my post. Though every season definitely has it's own beauty :)
    Keep on going with this great project. I love it and you make me actually do something hahahaha :D

    xoxo Monica

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  28. I think your point and shoot did great. The color of that first flower is my favorite.

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  30. Absolutely beautiful, all of them!

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  31. Wow, Lisa, actual flowers and not bugs! Although I do see one tiny bug, after all. You can bet I really like the flower photos. Well done!

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  32. I love that last blue one....what a beautiful color. I've been fighting a stomach flu these last 2 days and so my post is at the end of the line...maybe the last one for this time around. Happy MM ya'll.
    David/ Tropical Texana/ Houston

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  33. ooooh so glad i found you through Ali :)
    i think i'll join you guys next monday

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  34. A day late, and a dollar short...:-). I forgot all about it. Anyhow, thought this was one of the best macros I have had in a while. I just discovered how to use my darn macro mode on my camera, imagine that. :-) LOL

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  35. Gorgeous flowers captured wonderfully! I love the almost pastel colors.

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  36. You've made me homesick for MY mountains, and starved for next year's wildflowers!

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  37. looks like I missed a lot of wonderful posts last week--I browsed through them and thought I'd leave a comment telling you your trip to Glacier National Park was awesome. What a wonderful place to visit.

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  38. Your gorgeous flower pictures always make me wish I could paint. They'd be fun to put on canvas!

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