Wednesday, April 24

It's in the detail - click on the photo for a larger view

 








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Copyright: Original post from Our Plot at Green Lane Allotments http://glallotments.blogspot.co.uk/ author S Garrett

25 comments:

  1. Some lovely photos Sue. I really do need to try and get better shots. I am put to shame when I look at all your great photography!!

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    1. I love taking photos Tanya - it makes you look more closely at nature

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  2. There's always so much more detail in close ups, things you ordinarily miss.

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    1. There is, Jo - I never realised that bellis petals were tubular until I looked at the photo

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  3. When you see plants up close it proves just how special each and every one is.

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    1. I'd never noticed the colouring on rosemary flowers, Elaine and how they actually have honeyguides to channel in the bees.

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  4. They look like live creatures under the sea :).

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    1. I know just what you mean Diana, corals and sea anemones.

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  5. Excellent set of images Sue, well done.

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  6. Lovely photos Sue, I really must invest some cash in a proper camera.

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    1. Thanks, Jo. My camera is part of my anatomy!

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  7. Lovely photoes! As what MKZ told, it look like coral!

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    1. Its does Malar - I hadn't thought of this until Diana's comment

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  8. These photos are fab Sue! Plants are so fascinating close up.

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  9. The photos are fantastic! I've just treated myself to a new camera to take better shots and just had a lot of fun with a chrysalis that my son had on his window sill. Lucky I was there when the butterfly emerged...looks like a cabbage white though!

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    1. Hope you are going to post your pictures, Chel.

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  10. Great photographs! I too love taking photos in macro or super macro mode.

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    1. I love seeing the extra detail that I miss with the naked eye, Vesna.

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  11. Great photos - always interesting to see plants up close.

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  12. Nice photos Sue, always good to get really close up, it is a whole different world there :-)
    Have a nice week-end, take care, Helene.

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    1. It certainly makes you appreciate things more Helene - hope you have a good weekend too

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  13. The cabbage leaf has a really interesting texture.

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