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Friday, December 31, 2010

Macro Friday

Macro Friday over at Blogging from Bolivia....check out the beautiful pix. 

Yesterday morning Jack Frost visited inside my garage windows.  He's a sneaky guy that Jack Frost. The lovely etchings were so beautiful I had to grab my camera right away.  Tula is a patient girl, so she waited an extra few minutes before getting her breakfast and quick walk around the block.  She's a good dog.


Lest you think I'm not good to my sweet pup, later in the day I took Tula to the beach where she had a zest filled romp and where I spotted some seaglass amongst the stones thrown from the sea.


All and all it was a good day for both of us.  Hope it was for you too.

12 comments:

Sveta said...

Beautiful! I especially love the first photo.

Miss Becky said...

Hi Dorian Susan
I love your photographic eye. It wouldn't occur to me to take a photo of sea glass found among the stones, but I love the light in this photo and the subtle color. It's a delightful surprise - finding the treasure. And that's what you do.
I don't believe that plateau's are a negative, they simply feel still maybe? If that's where you are, you're there for a reason and it's a gift that will prove valuable in some unknown way.
Thanks for your words of encouragement about my own photos. I can look back and see a difference. Making this a daily practice is the catalyst. What I once thought of as maybe sort of good is now just blah, or even "What was I thinking?" We do, we learn, we grow.
Your eye is still one of my favorites. And combined with your wit-filled writings - you're gifted. I look forward to sharing our journeys in the coming year. It's so much fun! One of the best things of this past year was meeting you, and I wish you much light, love, and peace in the coming new year.

justine said...

oh I love that first shot it is absolutely beautiful, what a wonderful capture. Wishing you a very happy new year, see you in 2011!

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Jack Frost is a fantastic painter. Goog capture. Happy New Year.

Anika said...

Very pretty. Happy new year to you and Tula!

Laloofah said...

Jack Frost is indeed a sublime artist, and so are you to have captured his delicate handiwork so beautifully!

And lucky you, spying a pretty piece of sea glass! Must have been the Universe's way of rewarding you for taking sweet Tula on a fun romp. I already know I'm getting the book Pure Sea Glass for my birthday (got to leaf through it in a Camden book shop and fell in love), and I can't wait to get it, but I'm looking forward even more to finding my first actual piece of sea glass some day! (Despite our many beach walks and trying my best to score a piece, I didn't have any luck during our vacation. And Wyoming isn't exactly festooned with sea glass. LOL)

Happy New Year!

Kristy said...

great macros

Evelyn S. said...

Beautiful shots....very different from each other, but equally striking.

Mom of M&Ms said...

great shots of the frost.. reminds me of some biology classes I had... Beautiful. The Sea Glass Rocks!

Ashley Sisk said...

That first shot is absolutely incredible!

Becky said...

Wow - not just these 2 (although I'd love to have the first one as our Christmas card next year!!) but your eye in all settings is just wonderful. Go, Suz!!

Clare B said...

The frost picture is wonderful. The cold has been unbelievable here, but unfortunately incredibly dry and I haven't seen one pretty frost yet - hopefully before the season is out.