Saturday, March 10, 2012

I Heart Macro 3-11-12

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Welcome back! It is already time for another I heart Macro post. As I said in my previous post, the weather here in Wisconsin has been incredibly warm. We have had 6" of snow as well as weather in the 60's this past week! I think Mother Nature is having mood swings! Makes for some interesting shots, some with snow and ice, and a couple of days later, warm and sunny without a trace of snow on the ground. Gotta love it!
I was lucky enough to spend some time outside with my Sister-in-law and wonderful friend Kim. We always have the best time together. We spend time together at least once a week, but I wish it were much more. Its always a great time, and we always end up cracking each other up about something. I am glad we share so much in common, from Photography to Beadwork, tea and our families.  Love you Kim!
Anyway, on to the Macro shots, which is really why you are here, right?
Simple little flower stalk.
Tree bark with sparkly water in the background.
I liked the warm sun and the colors of this one.
Cool icicle
Shocking rust tones against such a gray background.
Mossy Log

9 comments:

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

That icicle shot is breathtaking!

Thanks for visiting my blog, by the way. Now a follower of your blog, too. :)

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful macro photographs.

Regards and best wishes

EB Bead and Metal Works, LLC said...

I hear you about the weather - this week is suppose to be in the 60's and 70's, though I am loving it! Love the macro shots!

Nancy Claeys said...

Lovely, Tracey. Really like the wheat. So pretty! :)

Shel said...

Thanks for always taking such amazing photos - I thoroughly enjoy them each time I visit your blog!!

Therese's Treasures said...

Tracey, Your photography is always amazing and beautiful.
Therese

Sharyl said...

Gee, and we were thinking all the crazy weather was in Kansas last week! We went from 70 degrees, to blizzard-like snowfall (not much accumulation though) then back up to sunny and warm by the end of the day. Even long-time Kansans, used to crazy weather fluctuations, are scratching their heads over that one. You may beat it though with 6" of snow to add to it! You certainly have nice photo material to work with here, and they turned out just perfect!

CraftyHope said...

All of your photos are really stunning, but the mossy log really draws me in! I do love me some moss. Thank you for sharing these!

jumbledhutch said...

Such incredible photos, the colors and textures are just breath-taking! I love the icicle shot, but really glad it is getting warmer and we will not be seeing them anymore! I am ready for SPRING! Such crazy weather we have had this year!

I am so blessed to have you in my life, I treasure our walks, talks, art, and our family! Love you