Saturday, December 31, 2011

I Heart Macro 1-1-12

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First of all HAPPY NEW YEAR!! I am happy to leave 2011 behind. I feel a renewed hope for good health, happiness, security and a very exciting year to come. Sit back and enjoy a few of the macro shots I took this week. Some of them were taken around the house, and some are from a badly needed nature walk with the Hutchinson family. Even though there isn't a lot of nature to photograph and the colors are pretty muted, there is still so much beauty around if you look for it! Have a wonderful Holiday!

 Tree bark
 Red Berries - not sure what kind!
 Berries still looking pretty good for the end of December.
 Dried flower husks of some kind
 Sticker Burr
 Remnants of a flower
Seeds

11 comments:

T... said...

wonderful shots....in the shot of the oblong berries I can see a little face :)
Hope you have a wonderful New Year.....

Patti Van said...

Your nature shots are beautiful!

jumbledhutch said...

Oh my heavens and stars, your shots are GORGEOUS! I can't pick a favorite! It was such a fun walk!

Annette said...

Beautiful photos! There is beauty even in the dullness of winter. Happy New Year!

Nadege, said...

Beautiful shots...love the tree bark.

Pieni Lintu said...

Lovely macro shots!

Therese's Treasures said...

Tracey, I love all of your shots, but I must say the shot of the tree bark is my favorite!
Therese

EB (Evie and Beth) Photo Journal said...

Stunning macro shots - I love the tree bark! Have a wonderful New Year!

manyslices said...

Great job with the nature macro shots. Nature is all the more amazing close up, isn't.
Cheers,
Leah

kareninkenai said...

happy new year and gorgeous macros. thank you for sharing. kareninkenai (visiting from i heart macro)

Pixiloo said...

Those are gorgeous. I love how a macro shot can make those burrs look so beautiful. The color of the berries is wonderful.