Saturday, February 25, 2012

I Heart Macro 2-26-12

studio waterstone
Hi everyone. I hope you are all doing well. This winter seems to be dragging on and on, even though it has been fairly mild. Its still winter! We got several inches of snow this past week, so at least it was pretty outside. I dont know about you, but if it is going to be freezing cold out there, I would rather have some pretty snow too look at instead of the dreary bare ground. On Friday, Kim and I along with daughter Jess and Grandbaby Ethan met at our local coffee shop for some breakfast/lunch, hot tea or beverage of choice and conversation. Kims 2 boys Ben and Sam came a little later in the day to join Kim and I on a nature walk. We learned it is much more difficult to walk in 6 or so inches of snow than it is on bare ground! We were all a little more tired than usual after this outing. Have a wonderful week! Thanks for dropping by! Now, on to the pictures....

I Love the light on this grass, simple but pretty.
 Ice
 Frozen droplets on a twig.
 See the trees reflected in the water droplet?
Leaves and berries
Like the bokeh in this one.

9 comments:

Thoughtfulhands said...

These are also so great my two favorites are the water droplet and the last picture of the flowers the coloring of background looks so cool.

Sharyl said...

I love the blue-gray look of these. It really gives them a unique feeling of winter and coolness. Very beautiful, one and all!

K Hutchinson said...

It sure was a hard walk! We got some good exercise! I love your shots! Funny this is the first time we have posted a similar shot from out walks! SMILE!

CraftyHope said...

Oh yes! These are really wonderful shots. I really like the last two especially. That skeleton leaf is super cool and then your bokeh is beautiful. Nice!

Shel said...

Wow - love the reflection one the best - makes you think! :)

T... said...

oh I've missed looking at your shots...all are beautiful....
love the frozen droplets
have a great week

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Winter has it's own unique beauty. I think you've captured it well...I especially like the 2nd one down, the one that looks a bit like wheat shaft.

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Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful macro photos, especially I like the first and the last one.

Regards and best wishes

Laura said...

these are exquisite!