Monday

Nature Is Golden

Nature gives to every time and season some beauties of its own;
and from morning to night, as
from the cradle to the grave, it is but a succession of changes
so gentle and easy that we can
scarcely mark their progress.
~ Charles Dickens

25 comments:

arleena said...

Great photo. Very wonderful flowers.

dot said...

The autumn dried flowers are among my favorites. Beautiful shot!

MedaM said...

Wow, fantastic macro photo! The golden color and the light is just great!

Laurie said...

Very pretty. I love the details.

Carletta said...

You continue to astound me!
This is beautiful - love the light you captured.

kjpweb said...

Very beautiful!
Cheers, Klaus

lisaschaos said...

Beautiful! I love your photo! Don't love the stickers when they attach to my clothes. :)

chapmand1952 said...

Outstanding shot Kerri! Love this.

RuneE said...

I have always wondered how you managed to do that...

I must take some courses.

fishing guy said...

Kerri: The Queen Ann Lace getting ready for a new season, neat capture.

June said...

So delicate...

photowannabe said...

Love the macro dried flowers. There is so much detail.

Gramma L said...

I like the golden background against the brown of the flower.
Nice picture.

Jan said...

Kerri, this is outstanding.

Ms. Math said...

Gorgeous shot! The flowers are beautiful and all the golden colors in the photo are stunning!

PERBS said...

I like the angle of your shot! Very nice!

I also commented below. Glad you are back. . .I came several times but nothing new and then I was really busy yesterday and you sneaked back on me! Ü

No new benches? I am feeling kinda lonely over there. . . got 7 more scheduled already. . .

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Very nice photo of dried Queen Anne's lace.

CG said...

Love the angle, very unusual. Great work Kerri

Dick said...

Great picture, the color of the background is beautiful.

Wayfaring Wanderer said...

The lighting is golden! Beautiful :)

Anita Bower said...

LOVELY capture of dried Queen Anne's Lace! The warm colors are marvelous, as is the angle of view. Well done!
I've been looking at the dry Queen Anne's Lace in our meadow, and thinking of taking photos, but, haven't.

Rocky Mtn. Girl said...

This is fantastic! You have such a wonderful eye for this type of photography...

Becky and Gary said...

I think dried flower heads offer some interesting opportunities for cool pictures.
B

Arija said...

Beautiful photo of a very speaking subject.
It has reawakened my desire for a macro lens.

Kahshe Cottager said...

A lovely photo - as is the one above it! There is something I really like about the flowers in fall even after they are spent. Thanks for your visit ... and I'm sorry to be so long in getting back. That power outage really slowed things down for me this week!

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