Phoneography and the Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge: Macro May12 by Linda Arthur Tejera From Lens and Pens by Sally, this week is MACRO. Rate this:Share this:PinterestFacebookEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
Hi Linda, gorgeous photos, the 2nd is perfect!
Thanks, Elizabeth! Much appreciated! 😀
Very nice. You know what amazes me is how sharp these cell phone cameras can be!
I agree. I wouldn’t even have thought of putting a camera on a cell phone but I’m sure glad they did! 😀
Linda – you really grabbed this tree so well! love it – the second one looks like it opened up to just let you take a shot… 🙂
Thanks for that! We were just walking around the neighborhood. Odd that I never noticed how many magnolia trees we have around here! 😀
same here – the last few years – in spring – I have noticed so many magnolias – and they are loud with those huge blooms. and I wonder how I missed them all these years – ha! truly a unique tree – and we have some neighborhoods with some very large ones.
What a beautiful flower 🙂 Pawkisses for a Happy Wednesday 🙂 ❤
Aw, thanks so much! Hugs! 😀 ❤
I like that you captured the magnolia flower before it fully opened, which gives it a sense of anticipation. Happy Photo Challenge.
Thanks, Sally! 😀
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Thumbelina could easily be inside that second flower. 😀
Now that would have been the perfect pic! 😆
Nothing quite like a magnolia! ❤
Thanks, Becca! They are kind of amazing! 😀
Linda, I like the second one.
My favorite, too! 😀
So lovely, almost smelled the delicate fragrance!
They’re so beautiful! 🙂
you do the magnolia justice! Magnificent!
Well, when the subject is gorgeous, can’t miss! Have a fabulous weekend! 😀 ❤
So beautiful .:)
Thanks, Sylvia! 😀
The clarity in the floral image is awesome!!
Thanks much, Koji! 😀
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I am with Elizabelth on this one: the second one is perfect! Who could resist magnolias…
Thanks, Paula! Welcome back! 😀
Thank you, Linda. 🙂