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Discussion in 'Photos & Video' started by Holly Saunders, Mar 6, 2016.
awesome macro stuff Babs! You have some real talent there
I like them both, but the first one, wow, with the clouds and then the sun hitting the cornfield!! Beautiful!!
Here is one of my attempts at Macro (getting in close to tiny things):
@Karen McKenzie , I'll be setting up the fairy garden again for Rachael, and she is my youngest of three GREAT-grandchildren. Over the winter I have been collecting little odds and ends to entice her imagination.
@Babs Hunt , How did you come by such beautiful corals? They look so big. When we had a 50 gallon fish tank, even a small dead piece of coral was expensive, so I never even tried for the livimg ones.
@Denise Happyfeet , I remember you showing that picture before, and I wondered then about all the different bright colors in the river's bed. Here our bayous and rivers have muddied waters, so you'll seldom see such clearness in them.
I wish those were mine @Ina I. Wonder. Those actually are of corals I took in a vacation Condo I rented with my sisters on one of our yearly Sister's trips.
@Denise Happyfeet , I remember you showing that picture before, and I wondered then about all the different bright colors in the river's bed. Here our bayous and rivers have muddied waters, so you'll seldom see such clearness in them.[/QUOTE]
Those are way up river Ina, those streams come down from our high, snow-covered mountains so they are lovely. Fast moving water always appears even clearer as you know, and there was a swimming hole there too, that was like ice when I first got up there, but in a couple of days the 90s warmed the waters a bit. Either that or it was so hot I didn't feel the cold, LOL!! Here's my swimming hole that I practically had all to myself. The grounds were 24 miles up river
darling Karen, my dog always slept on the bed with me I had her 15 years, and as she got older, she would sleep way down near the foot because I disturbed her, LOL Bless her heart, she got the dang aches and pains ya know. I fed her good dog-foods, and it always had an msm supplement too. Plus we walked miles together. Not fast-paced that I do on my own because she was itti bitti, about 10 lbs, and not long legged here she is, "Toney the dog" (I called her that).
awwwww the cutest likkle face in the whole wide world.....
LOL, thanks Holly, I likey your lang'gidg!!
Too cute, Denise! Looks like a little stuffed animal...so perfect.
Awww..so sweet..what a darling!
Two of my grandchildren Oliver and Elliot before they became the teenage monsters they are today
All my grandchildren on their way to becoming teenagers, this was Christmas 2008
Oliver, Elizabeth, Elliot and baby James
Out of the covers..lol..she is Maltese..almost 4.
She's a beauty. I understand the love. I had a Lhasa/Poodle mix before this one. I'll post a pic later. I was so close to her..and I lost her after 14 years. she was quiet and slow moving with a peaceful countenance and stayed near me ALL the time..but never intrusive..you know? When we entertained..she was always at my feet..it's a kind of loyalty only a dog can give I think. I am thankful I had her as long as I did..she was a darling.