I Heart Macro Sunday. I do have to say this is my favorite part of the week because I love, love, love seeing what everyone is doing with their macro shots.
Since mom and I have a show tomorrow and it is starting to get so blasted cold, I thought I would do a review of our (really my) favorite shot of flowers this year.
Here we go:
Close up of a Spider Plant.
A series of butterfly pictures mom took. I love how you see all the pollen layered on the wings. Mom did a wonderful job taking these pictures!
Unknown flower - just love the pink and yellow colors!
These pictures were taken on July 1st of lilies in mom's front yard. It had just finished raining, so I grabbed my camera and went around the yard taking photographs of all the flowers with rain drops on them.
I just love being able to see the pollen on the stamens of these lilies!
These are the last of the flowers I will bore you with. These photos are from the last time mom and I went to the hort park that is located near where I work, sometime in the middle of October. I still couldn't believe how many flowers were still blooming. I loved the contrast of the flowers that were dead or dying and the ones that were still blooming.
Okay, mom and I have a question. We are looking for a company to have our photos printed, to eventually sell. We have found a few places but the prices are a little steep for these two poor girls budgets. Does anyone have any recommendations? I am also looking to improve my photography, can anyone recommend any good blogs or forums I can go to? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I hope you all have a lovely rest of your weekend! If I think about it, I will take pictures of the venue we had our show at. These people sure do know how to do it (especially after 31 years). I also have an announcement I will make about a class coming, in the Lafayette, IN area that all lampworkers will surely like to know about!!!! Also, mom and I plan on having a giveaway in two weeks - on Black Friday, so make sure you stay tuned for that. Okay, okay, okay I am done now. Peace out!