Monday, June 27, 2011

Magnolia Pod


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16 comments:

texwisgirl said...

great textures. :)

Kim, USA said...

Wow I love this one!

The buds

Linda Makiej said...

Wow! Wonderful macro shot!!

Jama said...

A very stunning macro!

Kala said...

Fabulous details and selective focus in this macro.

Pam said...

Its amazing what you can see in a macro shot.. natures details aren't simple at all. Great shot, Jan.

hugs,
Pam

Trish ~ ♥ ~ said...

so awesome ~ great little curly Qs

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

I wondered what that was! What a strange and beautiful thing. Lovely capture, Jan.

EG Wow said...

Now this is different! At least to my eyes. :)

Michelle said...

I was going to also say that the texture is so great and we don't have them here where I live...

Genie said...

We lost the most beautiful magnolia tree many, many years ago after a freak winter. It was so sad. I am always drooling at other peoples’ tree when I am driving by. One of my favorite things was to pick a bloom and leaves and float them in an old glass punch bowl belonging to my mother. Your bud is so gorgeous;everything about magnolias is beautiful. Love the macro shot with all of the color and detail. Thanks so much for your sweet comments about the old barn and my beloved Land Rover. I posted a photo of Mr. S’s Civil War house today which is located to the left of the barns. That whole piece of property is to die for sitting back there against the mountains. It is about a mile or so from our old place. Genie

JM said...

Gorgeous! Love this image. You have wonderful photos on this blog.

Tammy said...

Wow...very cool.

Stan said...

Hard to add anything new to what has already been said. It is simply a marvelous shot. I would not have guessed magnolia pod--

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

I like this one very, very much. Totally perfect control of depth of field. And so soft and pretty!

Janet said...

Amazing macro shot!