Monday, July 12, 2010

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!HCM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wouldn't this make a great watercolor painting? But with all the tiny bits maybe it would be too hard. I stuck my camera right inside this flower from my Echinopsis scopulicola. The light was from behind and made it just glow!


Here is a night shot of the same flower! I had someone else holding a flashlight into the bloom while I snuck around behind for a different angle! Hope you like! HCM!!!

14 comments:

marianne said...

Oh wow indeed they would!
Wonderful shots!
I would love to try.....


HCM!

Candy "Sweetstuff" said...

You go for it Marianne!

Margaret Ann said...

A beautiful capture of one of my most favorite cati! Well done! HCM!

kclily said...

I think you should enter these pictures in a contest because they are great!

Teri C said...

WOWZERS, what a creative and unique shot!!!! Gorgeous!!

❤HCM❤

Purnima@a creative project said...

gorgeous pictures..You take such good pics.. almost 3d effect to them..!!

Mandy said...

Gorgeous!!!

Candy "Sweetstuff" said...

Aw you guys are so sweet! I have a flickr account but I wouldn't know how to enter a contest. Would be cool though. I really love to take interesting photos. I try to think how something will look at different angles!

Julie said...

WOWZERS, Candy!!! These are wonderful! My goodness!

Sorry so late in commenting, but had the grands and they are spending the night till tomorrow evening probably! They are asleep now and I am sneaking in a few moments online!

HCM, late!!!

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Cindy said...

Holy cow! I clicked on that top picture to see it bigger, and it almost sucked me right in to the monitor. And I didn't even need 3-D glasses!

Candy "Sweetstuff" said...

Ha ha! Thanks Cindy I love this photo too! Thanks for looking at it large!

Kathiesbirds said...

These are lovely. I couldn't get it to enlarge for me, but they still look nice. You were very creative and effective in your use of light!

Evelyn said...

WOW, I cant get enough of yr pics - stunning!