Sunday, April 17, 2011

Cantaloupe Macro Monday

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Yummy! Refreshing! Sorry, I ate all the good parts. :0)

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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!


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42 comments:

  1. So you did!
    Eat the best parts :-)
    But I love the seeds, to play with.
    and don't they look good.
    Sorry to be first, but I need to go to bed.
    Late over here. Or early for some I suppose.

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  2. I would have never though to photograph cantaloupe seeds. They're kinda gross, but I like the photographs!

    So, I cut the cantaloupes in my house. Every week they are in season, I halve it, clean it, cut it in large slices, remove the rind, put it in a container, and put it in the frige for lunches. Yum.

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  3. Too cool...and I had to share it with Sam. He LOVES cantaloupe!

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  4. One of my favorite summertime treats! Love the macro today.

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  5. This will sound odd, but when I glanced at the first photo, I saw teeth!!! And then I realized what I was actually looking at...imagine a carnivorous cantaloupe, Yikes!

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  6. Aw, I can only imagine how good the rest of it was! Happy MM.
    B.

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  7. is that a sign of summer? yummy

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  8. the first shot looks like teeth! slimy, creepy monster teeth! :)

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  9. So slimy and juicy looking! Hope you enjoyed your melon.

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  10. without the title your first photo made me think of teeths...... and from what I read I was not the only one :-)

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  11. Well Lisa, even the seeds look great in macro shots..

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  12. Okay, so I see I'm not alone. I'm with Laura,when I first saw the shot, I thought the seeds were teeth. I thought you were out crawling around on the road capturing road kill. LOL Glad to see it is only cantaloupe. Nice shots!

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  13. a little swallowing of bile on that first shot here. ha ha ha ha

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  14. Thanks for whetting my appetite-- now I have to wait till summer to get a good cantaloupe!!

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  15. Looks wonderfully juicy! Now I want some melon. :)

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  16. Oh I love me some cantaloupe! Actually I had some for lunch today.
    I'm SO glad I'm not the only one to have seen shiny teeth in that first shot. :)
    Excellent shots Lisa!

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  17. wow that is macro. Great shot. Charmaine

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  18. I love cantaloupe and I love your macro!

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  19. Indeed refreshing especially that summer can already be felt in our place.

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  20. Hmmm, looks really yummy!
    Good thing I had one this week.
    We call it melon in my country.

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  21. Who knew seeds could look so cool? Great captures!

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  22. Nice to see the beauty in ordinary things. I like the colors in your cantaloupe seed macros.

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  23. That first one does look like teeth! Alligator teeth, maybe, if the alligator brushed regularly and had slightly orangey gums. LOL!

    I'm late - but I'm here, and my post is up!

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  24. At first glance, the seeds look like teeth - I was wondering what kind of c antelope you were eating, that had teeth - of course, I'm just razzing.

    Made me smirk, that you ate all the good parts :)

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  26. Wow. I love it. Great photos!

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  27. Lovely luster to the seeds... they look good enough to eat themselves! Gorgeous images... your creative thinking about what to photograph gives me ideas for future macro experiments!

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  28. You've now given us all a good idea to take macro shots to make pumpkin seeds look like monstrous teeth.

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  30. Oh Yummy! Wish it was in season here.

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  31. Now I want some sweet juicy cantaloupe!!!!

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  32. Very nice shots, but at first sight i thought the seeds were teeth! he he he!
    Thanks for sharing this beautiful meme;o)

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    Have a nice and happy week****

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  33. Hi Lisa! Your photos are so unusual, I liked the so much!

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  34. My bridies would finish off those seeds in a New York minute!

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