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January 24, 2011

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Luisa

This was neat too look at. Way too cold to be outside today.

tara

The first photo reminds me of a puffer fish, at least I think that is what it's called and the second photo reminds me of snake skin. Very cool pictures. Thanks for braving the cold.:)

char

WOW...amazing...they really are tiny!
Gorgeous photos.
LOVING your Macro Mondays.
HUGS
Char.x

melissa

very sweet! stay warm, margie...

Manda

Oh wow, they really are gorgeous!!! Some of those pictures would look fabulous as a large canvas print on the wall! It's amazing the things that we would normally pass by without a second glance can be so beautiful if only looked at in the right light! And with macro...

jenni

i am so glad you remind us of the small things...that really do matter...i love these shots...

Nanou

Love your liliputian world, Margie ! Didn't you see, with your macro lens, any gnomie who would have seized the opportunity to jump on your gathering basket to take refuge and warm up in your cosy home ?

Mojeatoto.blogspot.com

I thank for Your photos! Regards from Cracow!

kathi

Lovely little things! I agree with Manda. These would look great on a large canvas!

Ruth Hower

You are showing us how awesomely beautiful our world is - the part that we never see. We walk through life not seeing the half of it. I love the little fairy bells in the fifth picture. They're all beautiful! Heartfelt thanks, Margie!!

nicole

Those last shots... they took my breath away. So much beauty in such little things.

arounna

beautiful margie
will these images be for sale
you should make a book with your beautiful photos
I would buy it!

Melissah

I just discovered your lovely blog. I'm just new into blogging & have just finished off my own blog on fashion & interior design.
scrapbook-melissah.blogspot.com
I had a lot of fun putting it together. I would love your feedback on it if you've got a spare minute.
x
Melissah

Jill Wignall

wow, I didn't realise how tiny they where! Your photos really do stir the imagination.

Jenn

I think the milkweed seed is my favorite. What kind of macro lens are you using? I seem to remember from an earlier post that you just got a new one?

Margaret Oomen

My lens is a sigma macro lens that works well with the canon eos rebel camera series.

alma

Amazing pictures. They kind of make me think about Blossfeldt pictures. In colours though.
Have a nice week end.

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