Thursday, August 25, 2011

Tight-Fisted?






















The first flower from my African Daisy seedlings....taken over a 9 day time-frame.
Another "common", everyday miracle, happening before my eyes, speaking of a beautiful generosity.

Sharing with And Then She Snapped, Texture Thursday, Sneak Peek Friday.

41 comments:

Nadege, said...

Another wonderful set of images. Your macro shots are so full of details and clarity.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

The entire recording was superbly done, what's inside is even more beautiful ! a wonderful series !

Pradeepa said...

You have made fantastic series of shots. The flower is so pretty.

Seraphinas Phantasie said...

Wonderful opening. Great little story. Gorgeous details !

Have a sunny day.
Synnöve

Nicky @ Awesomeville said...

Beautiful!

Joop Zand said...

BEAUTIFUL macro's Karen, very nice work again..... my compliments.

Sonishka: Far and Away said...

Awesome macro photos. I was wondering what flower is this and then I recognized it. Thanks for stoping by at my blog ;-)

HANS-PETER ZÜRCHER said...

Grossartige Macrofotografie...

Herzlichst Hans-Peter

Unknown said...

wow, another beuatiufl set of photos, I love how you capture it over few days!!!

Bren Graham Thebeau said...

Love the evolution of the flower. Amazing macro shots

Jill said...

Your photos are just breathtaking!

Linda said...

Wonderful!!!

Journey Photographic said...

Love this series, the way the flower unfolds, and then you get to the money shots - great work.

Gail Dixon said...

A beautiful and incredible transformation! The focus is superb here!

Sivinden said...

Yes, it's a wonder! Great photos.

Reena said...

I love these time shots! Such beauties!

Tara said...

Gorgeous, love the last capture!

Karin M. said...

Großartige Macros...Licht und Farbe sind wundervoll....eine fantastische Serie....Kompliment...
LG: Karin

NatureFootstep said...

you are so good at this. Beautifully photgrahed and presented. :)

Rosie@leavesnbloom said...

Oh those are such a lovely set of oesto photos. The detail is wonderful and they are also a favourite annual flower of mine.

Nayana said...

great shots...in first pic it really looks tight fisted.

Honey Mommy said...

I love this series! What a great idea to watch and photograph a flower as it blooms. What a gorgeous flower!

Nikki (Sarah) said...

Wow.....I've never seen this before.....it's amazing isn't it!!!!

Janettessage.blogspot.com said...

Awesome....and some people don't believe in a creator

Lisa said...

So very beautiful.
I love each stage.
Someday I may try this but for now Im sure enjoying this one too.

Unknown said...

Stunning! I like the bud almost more than the flower:)

august2011 said...

These are brilliant.
Such clear pictures and such a lovely concept.
To think that these are so far advanced in what corresponds to our February.

Unknown said...

How absolutely glorious!

Jenni C's said...

lovely to see an African daisy blooming so far from home, love your photo's...

Unknown said...

This is amazing - I was just writing in my journal about how I am being so tight fisted -- to see a visual of what happens when I open my hands is priceless.

Christina said...

Beautiful photos! Thank you for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Wow...that purple is vibrant...so beautiful! I love how you captured the process...thank you for sharing!

And thanks for sharing at Studio JRU today!

Anita
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Jennifer {Studio JRU} said...

Oh my goodness. Amazing. It is just amazing how these everyday miracles are so extraordinary! :)

Saun said...

Wow these are amazing....

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Robin Norgren, M.A, Owner of Josey's Art School said...

the patience it takes to watch and wait captured in pics. lovely.

FYH said...

These are all so beautiful!

(Wild carrot flower)

Jen @Sadie Inspired said...

What gorgeous pictures! Wow...such beautiful details in nature. Amazing.

Sara said...

Love your time lapse photography! Just beautiful shots, my favourite is the second last, just amazing colours and the petals are so soft, fantastic work again!

Unknown said...

Beautiful images~ I absolutely love seeing my flowers blooms.

Unknown said...

Your macros are superb - what a feast for the eyes!

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