Thursday, April 28, 2011

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After this brutal NJ winter, even the weeds are looking good!
With Courtney's help, I've been able to "Click it up a Notch".  She has an informative photography blog with lots of updated very helpful hints, tips, and links.  Go stop by her place, she is always happy to welcome new comers.

The more I looked at this photo, the more I liked it.  I decide to enter it in Jennifer's Fabulous Friday.



Click it Up a Notch


19 comments:

Anna said...

i really like this photo!

Jennifer Thompson said...

Wow, very nice.

Ashley Sisk said...

Really gorgeous shot.

Carrie said...

What a great way to capture a weed!

Liz said...

so simple but very pretty.I waqnt to capture these this summer.

Allison Hoffman said...

beautiful - love the last one holding on!

Heidi said...

What a GREAT shot! I have never found myself "rooting" for dandelion seed before-I am usually trying to destroy/avoid them! Wonderful capture!

Kala said...

Wonderful composition. We've had a brutal winter AND spring so far, so I know what you mean.

snapshots2011 said...

Incredible picture! It literally took my breath away when I saw it. I'm thinking this should be one of your entries for the guild's show!

elizabeth said...

another great one - and yes I love click it up too

Jaymi said...

great shot!

Karin said...

I love the detail in this shot!

Shoni said...

Great shot! I love the clarity and simplicity.

Michelle said...

Awesome capture! It signifies beauty in the simplest of things.

Gretchen said...

I love the background the best I think... so smooth... really brings the spent dandelion more!

Catherine said...

Oh, yes! Great detail!!!!

Mari said...

This is a marvelous shot! Such detail in that macro. Thanks for sharing.

Melinda said...

I LOVE this one! Just one little wisp left! I enjoy Courtney's blog too- and need to start participating in her projects.
There's a flickr group for dandelion shots- if you are on flickr you should add this one- it's great.

Jennifer said...

Fantastic shot! We're in that honeymoon phase between the grass just turning green and the weeds making an appearance. I'm enjoying the whole no weeds thing while it lasts. ;)

Thanks for participating in Fabulous Friday!