Monday, November 23, 2009

Macro Monday: Rudbeckia


We have had some very frosty mornings..this is Rudbeckia 'Indian Summer'  all dressed up in frost.  Check out more macros at Sunday Stills Macro Monday!  Happy Thanksgiving! :)

15 comments:

  1. Wow, mine are still pink. Still, clothed in frost yours has an elegance! Happy T-day!

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  2. Wow, I'd say that's frosty! BRRRR

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  3. I still have one or two of these that have recently opened. I always leave the seedheads for winter interest too! Wish I had your photography skills. Such a great photo.

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  4. Beauty in frozen land. I love it.

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  5. Who knew something so dead and brown could look so lovely. Reminds me of a ballerina doing a late Fall dance.


    ~Lisa

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  6. Brrr......A sight that no one seems to want to see coming!

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  7. It is a beautiful, sculptural form. I hate it we can't stay warm a little longer. I was out in the dark tonight raking leaves onto my rose bush. No putting it off anymore. It is a good photo.

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  8. this photo is mysterious, i rather like it well done

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  9. Great shot, frost is a cool(no pun intended) subject..:-)

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  10. No longer bright and beautiful... but still gorgeous wrapped in frost. Love this shot Connie! :)

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  11. You have much to be thankful for my friend.

    I hope you enjoy a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family, friends and four-legged loved ones, too.

    ~Lisa

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  12. What a beautiful frosted flower. Something that could so easily be overlooked when walking by it is captured in such a great photo.

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  13. I never did get a chance to say how much I love this photo, and I do.

    Jen

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  14. How interesting! We've not had as heavy of a frost here, so now I'll be watching to see what neat photo I can take!

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I love your comments! I am glad you stopped by! Connie