Sunday, January 9, 2011

Snowflake ~ Macro Monday #120

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I just love playing with snowflakes!

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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!



51 comments:

  1. I am glad you do too! Hopefully we have a few snowflakes tomorrow morning before the ice comes in. I am hoping for ALL snow and NO ice!

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  2. You can't believe they are 'natural', can you?
    And I'm sure they are all different.
    So intricate. That's were the real macro is invaluable.

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  3. Wow! Just wow! So amazing to see them in this detail. Well done!

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  4. Beautiful! I've tried to capture one, but they always melt away. Happy MM! David :0)

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  5. I kind of just want to whine a little, hahaha, after I close my mouth in astonishment. lol! I love these photos to pieces and SOOOO WISH I could figure out how to do that! :) You are awesome, always amazing, and so very talented. xxoo

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  6. It's been snowing here in North Texas today. Your snowflake fits the theme for my day! Thanks! Also - Macro Monday looks intriguing as one of my goals this year is to work more with my macro lens!

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  7. Awesome! I would play with it too if we have winter. And I would shoot it as excitedly as well if I have a camera as yours! Well done Lisa! And thanks for sharing as always ;-)

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  8. Stunning, fabulous, I love these.

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  9. Awesome photos! I want a macro lens so badly.

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  10. They are so beautiful! Love these shots Lisa.

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  11. Amazing intricate patterns on the snow flakes.

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  12. I never tried to photograph a snowflake, I think my macro is not good enough either, anyway these pictures are beautiful especially the colored one, I don't like black and white, lol !

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  13. WOW!! I did take try last year snow flakes but did not managed - I love yours! MB

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  14. Beautiful and oh, so delicate!!

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  15. Nice work capturing the snowflakes. Awesome!

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  16. Oh, I didn't know that real snowflakes look exactly like those in the pictures. So real, yet so unreal, but they look really beautiful. Nature is the greatest artist!

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  17. these are amazing, I have never looked snow flakes so close.
    Absolutely beautiful shots.

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  18. snowflakes are so hard to get good shots at. You did great. :)

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  19. What delicate treasures...A pity their beauty doesn't last! They are so lovely! Wishing you well!

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  20. These are beautiful and amazing! We just got a rare southern snow so I am going to see what I can do today in photos - thank you for such incredible inspiration!

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  21. Your snowflakes are awesome! I find snowflakes so amazing ....... and I LOVE yours!

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  22. If only I had a better macro lens, I could be outside...in the snow...taking pictures...NOPE...staying inside where it's warm. Wonderful shots! Snowflakes are beautiful.

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  23. How come so near, close up? Your snowflakes are beautiful. Well done!

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  24. Those snowflakes are beautiful!

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  25. these are gorgeous Lisa...such clarity!

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  26. Your macro snowflakes are amazing! Thats what I was shooting for!

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  27. That's amazingly beautiful! What lens did you use?

    And by the way, not only do we both geocache and live in Wisconsin, but I grew up in Kellner. :-) I think I probably left for college before you arrived in Plover, but it's still funny to me anyway.

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  28. Wow! Fabulous! That is a true macro shot!

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  29. Your snowflakes pics are simply amazing!

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  30. Very nice details!!! Like it a´lot=)

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  31. Underbara snökristaller.Anita

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  32. Extraordinary photos of the snowflake...

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  33. beautiful snowflakes :) Have you ever heard of Snowflake Bentley?... he took the first photos of snowflakes in the 1800's. If you google him there are some wonderful images!

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  34. I am participating in my first Macro Monday ~ so many talented photographers ! Your snowflake photos are incredible ~ so delicate and intricate. It is supposed to snow here in New England on Tuesday night so I am going to try to get a Macro of a snowflake. Wish me luck !

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  35. Stunning details...they don't look so cold close up!

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  36. These are amazing! They don't even look real, because they are so perfect. Tomorrow we are looking at more snow, I'll be looking for flakes like this on my windshield!

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  37. Shooting in macro and capturing a motion shot is not that easy. You did a great job. You are very talented.

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  38. I'm so amazed--I have no idea how you do that!

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  39. I've been anxious to peek at this one ever since I saw the title pop up in my reader! But you knew that, and you did that on purpose. You have the best fish bait to real in this Killer Whale!!! Gorgeous shots. I long to be able to shoot snowflakes that close.

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  40. Breathtakingly gorgeous ... just wow!

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