5.30.2018

Interesting, artful and near otherworldly Details


interesting spring details
of our common juniper bushes


these are the male flowers
(above)


 intimate glimpse of horsetail
(above)


umbrella liverwort
before the umbrellas grow
(above)


the umbrellas
(above)
liverworts are among the oldest terrestrial plants on earth

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36 comments:

  1. It is quite wonderful to be able to see this kind of detail. Thanks for doing it.

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  2. QUE PRECIOSIDAD DE FOTOS!!!
    MUY LINDAS.
    SALUDITOS

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  3. Your macros are the best, Tammie. I love seeing worlds I might otherwise miss.

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    1. Thank you Barb. It is so fun to notice tiny details and then use the macro to see them better.

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  4. I love your glimpses of nature at Spring time.
    xx

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    1. So glad you enjoyed them. They are fun to share.

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  5. You show us the plants thoroughly, you are very precise.
    Have a good day, Tammie !

    Tomás.

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    1. I suppose you are right. I enjoy the details.

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  6. Such wonderful details and tender beauty in all your images, always!

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    1. Thank you so much Sandra. I like that, tender beauty, I am trying to show their beauty.

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  7. How beautiful, they all look like sweets and cakes.
    Lovely photos Tammie - have a wonderful day!
    Ruby

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    1. Sweets and cakes, fun to consider, you have inspired a smile Ruby.

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  8. These are amazing. The little details all around us, some people never notice.

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  9. I also thought, as Forest Dream says, they can be eaten..!
    Micro world is always beautiful and mysterious.
    Have a good day,Tammie.

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    1. Thank you for enjoying these Tomoko.

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  10. Beautiful photos! I have to confess that I have not looked closely at these before and I enjoyed them very much!

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    1. Thank you so much for enjoying them Terry.

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  11. Amazing details in these plants. So often we just walk past them, not noticing all the beauty of them. These are such beautiful photos.

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    1. Thank you Carola! I am so glad that you enjoyed them.

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  12. Lovely pictures. There is so much beauty in minature in nature.

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  13. Those are beautiful Tammie :) I love your closeups!

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  14. When we look at plants close up we see a whole new dimension to them, another world indeed.

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  15. So much of nature is so wee that we never see it or take the time to look. I'm grateful you help us do that -- and so beautifully.

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  16. Ah Spring is in full bloom your way, sending warm thoughts your way dear friend! XX

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  17. wonderful pictures. Have a happy weekend.

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  18. You are making me wonder if my juniper bushes have similar fruits in the early stages of development. I'm going to check it out! And the liverwort - wow!

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    1. I can only imagine that they do. Did you spot them?
      I was away for a few weeks and have not gone out to check them to see how they have changed.

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  19. Stunning shots and details.

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  20. Unearthly beautiful, indeed! Your macro shots always lead me to a wondrous, magical world. Thanks for sharing, Tammie.

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  21. extraordinaire végétation! biz

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  22. These are unusual plants growing around your neck of the woods. Have never seen them around here. Very interesting photos, Tammie Lee.

    ~Sheri

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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