It's beautiful, Mary! I wonder how many "faces" of QAL there are.
..and each one is so different...I'm trying to decide which macro lens to invest in...which do you prefer? any recommendations?
I fell in love with Queen Anne's Lace this summer. How is that possible? It was here, in my environment everyday, everywhere. And one day it revealed itself to me as if it was brand, spanking new. I spent many minutes here today gazing and admiring your work. And normally I don't care for music to pop up when I visit a blog but hearing Eva Cassidy was a nice treat. :)Visited today via Shutter Sisters.
Gail, I shoot all my macros with the Nikkor 60mm 2.8. Check out Kate at Chronicles of a Country Girl to see her review of the 105mm.
Your photography is absolutely, Beautiful!
It's so beautiful Mary...I can't get enough!
That's so beautiful!
I think they are beautiful and I wish I could make my photos look like yours! :)
great decision! always when I see one in my garden I have to think at you photos and I honour this weed. ;-)
No, not silly at all. When something captures your interest, you're listening to your inner gut. Oh, how intricate these flowers are.Brendahttp://afairyinmygarden.blogspot.com
Oh, WOW! I love!
I'm so glad you didn't stop posting these. This one is a masterpiece! And I love my 60mm f/2.8 macro. It's my workhorse. But the 105 is a magnificent lens, too. I love them both. xo
SO comforting to the eyes. xo
Dearest Mary, You photograph what you like and I'll stop by and take it all in. Carol
I happen to love QAL as well. Find them fascinating, and even more so on photo.Thanks to your blogg, I now know the name of a plant that is beginning to flower right now. It's the obedient plant.Annelie
Exquisite..magical detail. WOW!
I love your photos of the Queen Anne's Lace and never tire of seeing them. Your photos on In a Soft Light are just gorgeous and make me determined I need a macro.
Not silly at all....and I love them...so keep them coming...smiles.
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