4.20.2009

macro monday

i'm starting a new tradition for mondays. every monday, i will post one {or more} of my macro shots. join me if you'd like i hope you do!

16 comments:

Haphazardkat said...

I love it!!

Not sure if I can do the macro Monday thing as I work long hours on that day--but it sounds like a fun idea :)

spread your wings said...

nice shot. i took some macros this past weekend. i might join you on that - macro monday. seems a lot of bloggers are doing this.

apriliniowa said...

I peeked at your blog over the weekend and you certainly having some lovely photographs here as well. And Macro-Mondays are a very good idea. I'm sort of leaning toward more photographs/less words myself these days.
And I love the little bird on the railing below. I can rarely capture a bird in time myself. I saw a blackbird hiding in a street light with a piece of bread during a rain storm yesterday and he decided to fair the stormy weather rather than have his picture taken, I guess. ;) With that, hope you enjoyed your weekend. ~h

apriliniowa said...

p.s. I just tagged you on my blog. I hope you don't mind; it's about interior design and I'm curious about your inspiration. Have a good day. :)

Georgia B. said...

i don't mind at all! i'm excited to see what it's all about—especially since interior design is a passion of mine!

Char said...

I take your challenge Missy! :) I love a good challenge. The colors in your shot are gorgeous.

e.o.w. said...

I've wandered here from Char's prompting over at Ramblins. And I'm so glad I did. I like the thought of a Macro Monday tradition-- your photo by the way, is BEAUtiful. Those soft blues, so gentle... Count me in!

ELK said...

you do so well ~ such a good eye...define macro for me so I know what it is...i see so many different interpretations out there
...
elk

Georgia B. said...

thanks, e.o.w.
i just found your blog, too—i think through the four. glad you can play.
:)

Georgia B. said...

ELK, i guess it's just close-ups using a macro setting. not all cameras have them. all my macros are of tiny things or tiny areas of larger things. i love them because they capture the detail. i guess that's the best way i can define it.

Haphazardkat said...

OK. I was on my lunch walk at work and stuck my iPhone into the middle of a bowl of Tulips on the sidewalk so I could capture a "macro" Monday picture for you :)

http://iphone-city.blogspot.com/2009/04/heart-of-tulips.html

Claire said...

g your comments meant so much to me. thank you for returning.

your macro shots have always been my favourites.

the colour in this one is ethereal.

Chris said...

This is quite lovely. I gotta get my camera out and start shooting again :)

Georgia B. said...

thanks, miss Chris! i hope you do get your camera out and start shooting! you are too talented not to.

and i hope you will join in on macro mondays with me.

Toni said...

I try to make every day a macro day! =) Okay, not every day, but I do love macro shots. This one of yours really is quite luminous and very pretty.

Puna said...

Ohhh, I need a macro lens.