macro friday

1.07.2011

"Sometimes the most amazing things are in plain view, all we have to do is take a closer look."
I'm not really sure what these are called, but they're pretty unique.




16 comments:

  1. So cool - love the depth of field.

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  2. Are they old grape vines? I love your pictures always. : ) I voted for you at I heart faces this week.

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  3. Gorgeous! Just goes to show something doesn't have to be extraordinary to be beautiful. Love the music on your site, too. Nice touch. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. I really love these! Great job :).
    -danielle

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  5. I am pretty sure those grow on vine plants, if you have one of those things to hold up your plants, it will wrap around it. great photos!

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  6. Beautiful photos. I love the depth of field.

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  7. I don't know what they are, but I love the way they look close up! Great shots!

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  8. Well I call them tendrils. They would be the part that twines to branches, fences etc to secure themselves.

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  9. Gorgeous! So unique and I love the focus! Just found your blog and love it! now following!

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  10. Such great DOF! They make really pretty indoor plant decorations. :)

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  11. The dof in these are great - very unique!

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  12. gorgeous photos! And I remember being a little girl and wondering who used a curling iron on the branches...haha

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