Saturday, 24 October 2009

Flower No1

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It's been dark and dull all day... so what better way to spread some brightness than look at this yellow flower..... ENJOY

14 comments:

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Tom: Beautiful flower, great macros my friend. Love that you brought it in for the quality shots.

James said...

Such fine detail and wonderful colors. These are outstanding!

Dimple said...

Beautiful bright yellow! A great way to brighten a gray day.

Patty said...

Yes, those flowers certainly did brighten up the day. It's been cool, rainy, damp and dreary here for the past several days. I find the best thing is to turn on lots of lights, urn the heat up a little and put on some jumping music. LOL Happy week-end.

Tom said...

Tom, James, Dimple, and of course Patty... thank you for stopping by...your comments and visits are like these flowers shots.. they help to make my day.

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

Beautiful yellow flower Tom. Our flowers are gone now. The cold freezes got those that hung on but then not through much of that.

I have been working on my Japan blog again after hearing from some lady who wanted to see it one last time. So it will take a while. I am just now putting on the associated or related stuff.

Saw a couple of new hawks yesterday and this morning.

As usual, the blue jays came first screaming "HAWK" and the birds here all dove for cover and hid. The hawks came, stayed, I took some pictures, and they waited and then left. It was pouring down rain.

Tom said...

Hi Abe...
Most of our flowers are gone now as well Abe, this was just one of many in a bunch that the young 'Weasles' bought Jane... I will be showwing more this week.

Willard said...

Tom: Those are beautiful macro shots, with vivid colors. They do indeed brighten the day.

I also liked the b&ws and the bench shots in Cheethams Park.

Deslilas said...

I give you a Blogger creativ award.
May be you've alredy many times this award.

Arija said...

Great close ups Tom from all sides.

Kerri said...

These are lovely - such vibrant color!!

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

What a nice, cheery set of macros. Your lens is practically a microscope. Neat!

Anonymous said...

I have really enjoyed these photographs, thankyou for sharing them and certainly brightening a dull-weather day!

Lew said...

All gorgeous, Tom! And great examples of closeup photography.