Monday, March 19, 2012

Macro Monday - {Tampa Photographer}

Hello!  Welcome back to Macro Monday.  Today's macro is once again from my garden.   We are growing a sunflower - yes, just one sunflower.  The pictures below is the sunflower before the beautiful yellow leaves start to unfold.  The outer green petals remind of an artichoke (one of my fave veggies - stuffed with bread crumbs and parmesan cheese, but I digress.)

I'm hoping to cook up some of the zucchini flowers featured last week.  When we do, I will be sure and share the process as well as the results.  Maybe I'll do Foodie Friday and feature recipes along with pictures...hmmm ;)



12 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I sure hope you share some once it is in full bloom.

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  2. I just love your Macro Monday blogs, they are so refreshing and inspiring! I am with Tara in hoping you will share once its in full bloom the image is so detailed with great lines! Keep them coming please!

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  3. Love them! Of course, I'm quite partial to sunflowers. :) I agree with Tara - please share some pictures when it's in full bloom!

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  4. Love them love macro shots ;)

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  5. I love macro photography! It's so fun to look at things differently than what most folks see:)

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  6. I love great macro work. Show us how she grows up close! :)

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  7. Beautiful! Love sunflower fields!

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  8. These are such interesting images...The longer I look at them the more I notice all the details you captured! Nice work.

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  9. Thank you all! And I will for sure have some of our sunflower open and beautiful for sure.

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