"Perhaps I owe having become a painter to flowers."
|lens...105mm macro, ISO 500, 1/640 @ f 3.2|
I took these while waiting for the sunset at Minaret Vista last week...
We met our friends there for cocktails and a delightful summer repast,
while watching the sunset become a study in silver and light...
Debby told me that the Indian Paintbrush takes on a pink color
at our altitude...
I don't know about you...but I didn't know that!!!
O what lovely macros! Love the whisper of grey foliage round the delicate pink flowers!ReplyDelete
They look beautiful and soft - lovely photos!ReplyDelete
Wonderful floral images, Kathy!ReplyDelete
Very nice tie-in to Monet!
I can't tell you how much I love these two shots. Your whole post is perfect.ReplyDelete
Silver and light, indeed.ReplyDelete
Wow! What a capture...so delicate.ReplyDelete
Thanks all!!! I am so in love with my macro lens!!!ReplyDelete
that is interestingReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures - and the colors definitely remind me of Monet's paintings!ReplyDelete
Thanks PA and Katrin!!!ReplyDelete
So lovely, I love the softness of these images! ... sorry it took me a while to stop by to visit, the kids and I have been traveling from Sunday morning until late this afternoon. Thank you for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by Laura!!!ReplyDelete
Oh, such gorgeous shots!ReplyDelete
Thanks Bailey -road and LadyFi!!!Delete
Why so high ISO? I am just curious ;)
Thanks Birgitta! Grey sunset with a mountain breeze... In order to get the shutter speed I wanted...I cranked up the ISO!!!Delete
Beautiful flowers and beautiful photos Kathryn!ReplyDelete
Thanks Pat and Gunn!!!Delete
Very pretty contrasting colors. Great photos, beautiful flowers and thank you for once again sharing them with Today's Flowers.ReplyDelete
Thanks Denise!!! Flowers have become on of my favorite subjects to shoot!!!ReplyDelete