Nature & Books belong to the eyes that see them.
Beautiful pictures - great detail.
Amazing pictures, Les!Jen
I like the contrast of the bright red ladybug on the white blossoms the best. Every time I try to take such a shot the subject moves. :)
Beautiful photos, Les! One of these days I'm going to get a digital camera that can take decent macro shots.
Your ladybug picture is the showstopper.
I love your photos! The red ladybug on the white flowers is my fave.
Lynne - Thank you. Did you click on the Queen Anne's lace and see the spider?Jen - Thanks! It helps to have a great camera.Bellezza - I love the contrast of the red & white, too. I didn't have to be very close, as I used my zoom lens.Janet - I love my camera! The only negative is that I wind up with too many pictures to sort through. I've gotten pretty good about deleting a lot of them, though, once I view them on my computer.Bybee - I'm thinking about enlarging it and getting it mounted and framed. I love it.Heather - It's my favorite, too. Thanks!
Those daisies sure bring a smile to my face!
Meg - Mine, too. I love daisies. They're such a cheerful flower.
Lovely photos, Les. My favourites are the 2nd one and the bright red ladybug. :)And I so know what you mean about ending up with too many pictures. I can easily take a couple hundred or so on one outing!
Nat - Thanks. I like the depth of field in the second one. And the contrast in the ladybug shot makes me happy. I love my camera!! Just wish I could do a better job with my foodie shots. It's all about the lighting, which I'm not too good at, especially with the lack of equipment.
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