6.15.2009

Visible Grace


Visible grace
exquisite friend
light
curves
and
colors
reflections
of within

Enjoy other folks macro photos at Lisa Chaos: Macro Monday

57 comments:

  1. Hey Tammie !! This is simply very beautiful and awesome !! The color and the way it is captured both are fabulous.Thanks for sharing..

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  2. Dear Tammy,
    You captured the inner light!
    Gorgeous!
    Sherry

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  3. I see an angel in the center! lovely photo, well done!

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  4. A real creative macro shot ! beautiful !

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  5. Gorgeous macro capture, Tammie...

    GiVEAWAY on my blog today only.

    Have a great day.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  6. I love the photo and the words! Your macros are always beautiful<3

    I got the ring in the mail some days ago and I haven't taken it off since it arrived in my mailbox! It's so lovely! Thank you so much!:D

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  7. And in this case, within is beautiful.

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  8. Superb photo and words.

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  9. very good interpretation!

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  10. Hi. Amazing photos. Very beautiful. Thanks for sharing them.

    Cindy

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  11. Stunning. It reminds me of a hummingbird.

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  12. Just gorgeous, as usual!

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  13. Look at that beautiful Orchid face!! It shines!

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  14. This is a simply gorgeous macro!

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  15. I see the Angel too. Instantly. Nature can be so randomly calculated. Gorgeous.

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  16. Orchids look like little aliens trying to be disguised. :)

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  17. These images are unreal. The Spring is really coming into its own. You have such an attention to the detail in life. I love it!

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  18. I am so in awe of the perfection of orchids! Beautiful shot:)

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  19. Gorgeous Macro!
    I love it!

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  20. Gorgeous!

    Your photography is such a joy.

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  21. Gorgeous orchid and beautiful shot. I've only seen one like this once before. :-)

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  22. It glows! How beautiful!

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  23. ....gorgeous. Love your poetry too! (I see the angel too...)

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  24. What a gorgeous little Beauty - and wonderful words to go with

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  25. Very graceful shot and words! Have a wonderful week, Tammie :)

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  26. Hi Tammie,

    Thanks for visiting my blog. What a lovely blog you have! The pics are amazing! Very lovely.

    Just in case you don't get a chance to read my reply to you about the Iron Syrup, here it is:

    Hi Tammie! Sorry if I was unclear - this syrup does NOT taste like a barnacle. I was joking that spirulina tastes that way! (Not my favorite superfood!) The syrup is delicious and sweet. Keep in mind I doubled the dose of sprirulina, but even still, it tastes fine to me. I even put two tbsp. of the syrup into my friendly neighborhood ex-boyfriend's tea two days ago, and he took a few sips and said, "Tastes really sweet. But with just a hint of...grass or weeds or something." I said, "Oh, that's just the algae." ;)

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  27. Hi Tammie,
    Thank you for visiting me and for leaving your very kind comments!:)
    Wow what can I say about your lovely flower photos. Just that they are stunning!:)
    Please can I put you on my blogroll?
    Best wishes Jo.x

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  28. My mum and dad used to grow orchids.They are good as they last a long time. However, they also take a long time before they bloom.

    Is this your orchid? Wish I have a camera that can take close up photos like you did.

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  29. Beautiful! I love the composition in the macro, and I love orchids. They are great as macro subjects.

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  30. My mom has visible grace in her kitchen bay window. She ahs always loved flowers and the silent insights they share that penetrate time and space. To gaze into the eye of an orchid is to drink in the advice of infinity.

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  31. Oh, how delcious and sensual and beautiful~

    Mmm, I feel like a bee must, gazing upon this image.

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  32. Such a beautiful face. She does reflect what is in her heart, doesn't she?

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  33. That is stunning, to be sure!

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  34. gorgeous photo! I also particularly like your recent photos of spring rains!

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  35. Tammie: Love the way the colors blend on this neat flower.

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  36. Wow! Your macro shots are truly amazing. You're inspiring me to try to spend more time looking for macro subjects to photograph. I typically go for sweeping vistas or zoomed in shots of architectural details. Hmm, now do I have to go out and buy a macro lens? Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my WW shot. Those reed islands were fun to walk around on. One of them even had a solar panel to power up the TV and radio!

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  37. I've always wanted to see Montana - land of big skies (I hope have that right) - and your photographs, intimate, breathtaking, and taken with a true artist's eye, make me want to travel there all the more one day.

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  38. exquisite!!
    Thank you--

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  39. You put exquisite words to exquisite photography. Such a beautiful collection to brighten my days.
    LJSIII

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  40. My goodness...I didn't even read the previous comment when I added mine! I guess you truly ARE exquisite!

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  41. Oh my, that is beautiful.

    Thank you for your kind words.

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  42. Hi Tammie!!! thank you for being so sweet message you left me.....a big help through this most difficult time....

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  43. your photos are amazing!!!

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  44. I am so glad I found your blog. Gorgeous pictures. I will return again!

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  45. Wonderful.
    Almost looks like a 'lion' :)
    The colors are amazing!

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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