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The convergence of the Plant and animal Kingdoms
(Created Cut and Paste Scene - Photo Art)
(by Rabindranath Tagore)
Pluck this little flower and take it, delay not! I fear lest it
droop and drop into the dust.
I may not find a place in thy garland, but honour it with a touch of
pain from thy hand and pluck it. I fear lest the day end before I am
aware, and the time of offering go by.
Though its colour be not deep and its smell be faint, use this flower
in thy service and pluck it while there is time.
I'm a big believer in hand picked bouquets. Happy Friday, people!
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a new post over here
One of my first pics with the new d7000 and 105 micro. Hand held at that.
The rose speaks of love silently,
in a language known only to the heart.
- Author Unknown
...plant your gardens, nurture your soul, tickle your fancy....Have a great weekend! xox
Well, my Photoshop CS5 arrived...... unfortunately, I think I may have to buy more RAM, or something like that. Not so much of a bargain, after all!
Many thanks to all of you who stop by and give your generous comments on my pictures.
Thanks too for showing me your work which has encouraged me to improve my photography to reach your standards :o)
♥ Thank you all for the nice comments,awards and faves ♥இڿڰۣ-ڰۣ—
Diviners ft. Dom Robinson - Flowers
"...Like the stars in the sky it's certain to be seen
That I would like to make you mine
We're heading down this road
And I don't know where it leads
But I would learn to love you in time
We'll wait for the sun
You're got flowers in your hands
You've picked petals one by one
Just to find out where you stand
You've been running from the smoke
But you've been caught up by a flame
Falling headfirst through the dark
And everything just seems to change...
You're trembling in my arms
Breathe the air within my lungs
Be the ground beneath my feet
So I can stand
The words we both speak will get lost within our cheeks
Like they were written in the sand.."
This is a re-processed version of my first flower photo. In fact, it’s the first photo I ever took with a DSLR camera! You can see the original in the first comment. It was shot with a Canon Rebel T3 and the 18-55mm kit lens on September 3, 2012. So excited about my new camera, I remember buying some flowers from the local market, taking them home and sitting them in the shade under the oak tree in my backyard. Camera in hand, I began to take those first shots. I remember being frustrated because the lens wouldn’t let me get as close to the flowers as I wanted to and have everything be in focus, but I got as close as I could.
I came across this photo a few weeks ago and thought it would be fun to take another look and see what I could make of it. Although it’s still far from being one of my favorites, I think it turned out OK.
I’m glad I kept this. It’s a good reminder of how far I’ve come.
Anyone else still have their first photo? Even if you don’t have the first, seek out some of your earlier work. I’ll bet you’ll be surprised at your progress!!
Fuchsia bits - the anthers
Focus stacked using zerene stacker
In the office, my boss next to me had red roses on her desk.
She started pulling off the flowers from the vase and laid them on the desk one by one. I wondered what she was doing.
Days went by and they became pretty nice dried flowers and
she wrapped in the brown paper.
Not a fancy office and there was no special spot. I removed mice, keyboards, or stuff like that out of the old white cabinet and laid the flowers.
*this is not a food
three wishes i hold it in my hand
i hope it will be come true soon insha'allah =")
Walk In The Light.; A close-up of a morning glory flower, taken at Wave hill Garden, Bronx, New York, USA on a rainy day. I like photographing flowers on a rainy day. It gives me a different and wonderful perspective . Wave Hii is a great place to make beautiful pictures. The workers are very friendly. one of the gardeners, who name is, Will, A wonderful and friendly person, who is a master at his trade. I like the way he go about, planting both flowers and plants in the garden and the conservatory. You can learn more about this wonderful place by checking == www.wavehill.org. I had great fun in the rain taking this one. I hope very much if like and enjoy it.
This was yesterday's photo -- still haven't missed a day but I can also count them 1.2 hands. This one is from my walk to the grocery store.
One of a series of knitted corsages, made from Rowan kidsilk haze
Details blogged here: susiefhandmade.blogspot.com/2009/06/if-youre-going-to-san...
I love it when my daughter comes home from college for her long weekend - bringing her floristry works with her.
Unfortunately not all the flowers are freshly cut, having hung around first in the classroom, then the dorm waiting for the trip home - but thankfully this rose has survived pretty well unscathed.