Sunday, February 27, 2011

Daylily

Still practicing with the new macro lens.  Here’s a shot of the stamen inside a pink daylily.

20 comments:

Kate said...

Experimenting is so much fun, and I'm anxious to see all of your photos...this one is unusual.

Kathy said...

Amazing!

Birdman said...

Looks like you're having fun with that new lens.

Jarart said...

When you get up close and personal, it looks very alien.

Stephanie said...

Woah...that's an amazing shot!

Randy said...

I'm glad you told us what it was I thought you were getting creative with a Q-tip. Excellent shot!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Extraordinary detail, color, shape, texture, lighting and composition.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

super cool. macros are really fun, don't you think

glenda said...

Wow!

raskolniikov said...

what macro lens is this?

Jack said...

That is impressive, Sharon.

Ever think about posting your photos in a bigger size? They look better and richer when I click on them Maybe it is my aging eyes . . .

Catalyst said...

Stunning!

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

That's terrific. For a minute I thought it was the back of the head of my uncle Miltie!

Are you having fun yet?

Whatever, have a great week!

Flutterby said...

Wonderful choice to show off the power of this lens.

Magpie said...

What an amazing shot! Great subject matter too. You must be loving that lens. Looks like lots of fun.

Virginia said...

This is just amazing. You are not practicing my friend, I think you've mastered.
V

T. Becque said...

How nice, wonderful color and light!

JM said...

This is fantastic, Sharon! Well done.

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Irina said...

I like this experiment! Reminds me fireworks in evening Moscow sky.