1.19.2009

Unending Mystery


Be it a drop of melting snow on a lovely spring flower
or
an ice crystal that grew through the night
when we look at the details of life
the mystery is unending


If you would like to see macro images by other photographers: Macro Monday

33 comments:

  1. That's true, nature is one big mystery ...

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  2. Nice pics. Reminded me of Blake, "To see the world in a grain of sand, and to see heaven in a wild flower..."

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  3. Gorgeous photos, Tammie Lee.

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  4. I love macro photography, I really need to pull out my lens again and head out into the world with it. These are lovely as always, and the perfect little poem to pair with them.

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  5. Both are beautiful pictures and show how beautiful nature can be in varied circumstances.

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  6. Now this is why I want a macro lens! Perhaps next year...

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  7. It's great to get a different perspective -- gorgeous photos!

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  8. You have an awesome blog with some spectacular images. The images of snow fall and frost formations are my favorite in your recent posts.

    Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment on my blog...Thomas

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  9. That is an excellent shooting star photograph. It's so beautiful how it holds an entire world with a kiss.

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  10. That water drop is exquisite! What lens are you using?

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  11. Your pictures are BEAUTIFUL! I'm glad you stopped in on my blog so I could find yours. Hope you have a wonderful day.

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  12. These are lovely.
    Yes, nature is a mystery and one I cherish!
    :)

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  13. Nature never ceases to amaze. Your ice crystal picture is stunning.

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  14. Ola

    c'est absolument magnifique !!!

    superbe

    bonne soirée

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  15. That drop is awesome! And the frost - wow!

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  16. Perception changes everything. Thank you for both (and maybe even more) points of view and amazing pictures.

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  17. I dropped by your blog after visiting Tammy's on Photography for Fun. You do such great work. I love to take pictures; it is my passion. However, I still have a ways to go before I can even get close to matching your talent. Great job!

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  18. holy moley that is a very very very awesome picture. WOW.

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  19. i forgot something...that link you sent me...OMG. I didn't think it was real at first. HOW COOL!!! Thank you for sending that!

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  20. Thank you so much for the nice comment:D

    I love all of your picture, they are very beautiful:D Your etsy shop is also gorgeous<333

    Hugs & Kisses

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  21. Those pictures pure magic! Great captures...:)

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  22. Hello everyone!
    So lovely that you came by to visit, I just love all your comments and thoughts.

    Caroline,
    I use a Nikon, so my macro lens is a 105mm. I think I remember that you are using a Canon. I am sure Canon has at least one good macro lens as well.
    Best to you all!
    Tammie

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  23. Beautiful Macros I love that water drop great work

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  24. Incredibly intricate. So beautiful!

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  25. So true, and so beautiful. I hope you are doing well :)
    I gave you an award- check it out at my blog.
    be well

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  26. Incredible images! Holy cow, absolutely amazing. I could eat those colours for dessert.

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  27. I love pictures of snowflakes upclose. I am amazed at their intricate designs.

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  28. Tammie, these macros are gorgeous! I just received a macro lens for my camera and can't wait to try it out.

    (Thank you for your compassionate comment on my blog, plus I'm delighted you noticed that part of my photo that I like the best, but I didn't disclose that on my post. When you wrote it looks like an "impressionist painting" my spirits soared as high as that tree. You see, I also am a painter, an artist, by profession!)

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  29. so true, and you captured it in a beautiful simple short way. great work

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  30. Lovely pictures...
    Thank you for sharing them!

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie