Sunday, January 24, 2010

Macro Monday: Queen Anne's Ice

Queen Anne's Ice

Hello there! This is my first entry in this meme. I don't know what took me so long - I love shooting macro, and I've been admiring all of your entries for some time now. Thought I'd jump in this time.

For more macro photography, zoom in to Lisa's Chaos: Macro Monday.

20 comments:

Kala said...

Even dried these flowers are so lovely. Happy Macro Monday.

Jama said...

I love it!

foto CHIP said...

Your first entry is a beautiful picture :)
I like it a lot!

jay said...

I love it! Gorgeous photo, and nicely witty title, too! LOL!

Welcome aboard!

Kiki said...

Poetic and beautiful..inspiring photo!Love it!
Kiki~

Stine in Ontario said...

Lovely! The ice is beautiful on the Queen Anne;s lace!

Manang Kim said...

Welcome to Macro MOnday!! Your macro shot is stunning!

MacroMonday:Pinecones

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Perfect - the laceweed looks so lovely, new "flowers" in ice. Macro is Good.

These Nine Acres said...

This is beautiful...frozen in time! Glad you stopped my These Nine Acres...I enjoyed your visit.

Johnny Nutcase said...

cool shot of the lace - the ice really matches that flower so well, really nice!

Daryl said...

Oh nice nice nice... it looks almost like an icy rattle ...

John McDevitt said...

Glad you decided to jump in. Wonderful first contribution.

Carver said...

That's a beautiful shot. I love different stages of Queen Anne's lace.

lisaschaos said...

Thanx for joining us! :) I love Queen Anne's Lace, now Ice, lol!

myletterstoemily said...

i lost your blog for a bit. so glad to have found it
again. your photos are beautiful. i especially love
the cherry popsicle~

Rambling Woods said...

Wow..this is wonderful Vicki...

Denise said...

Incredible photo, just love it!

Deb said...

Hi ~ I might join this meme _ I also love macro shots. I actually have this same shot - almost. I took it in the autumn - so there is some green but mostly browns. I chuckled when I saw your photo. Great minds think alike!

Bull Rhino said...

That's beautiful! I haven't visited your blog for a while, but I'll be back more now. Keep up the nice work.

Lucy Corrander said...

The Queen's mace!

Lucy