Saturday, November 6, 2010

Macro Flowers Saturday

The sun was up, but it had not yet melted the frost from the roses.

 I am amazed at the way the roses have survived so many nights of frost.


13 comments:

Barnens Hjältar said...

wow, the rose at the top looks like candy :-)
Lovely!!
I was almost chocked to find the dandelion when I went for a walk today. It´s in Gothenburg Sweden :-)

BJ Roan said...

Very nice! The flowers are made even more interesting by the frost. Love the bud! I hope it gets a chance to open.

Elizabeth said...

Oh, I'm so jealous - we had our first frost this morning, but I did not take any photos. Yours are great!

Self Sagacity said...

Fantastic! I love the frost on your roses! So beautiful and so different.

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leavesnbloom said...

It's sugar glazed petals! lovely work :)

Leah said...

Wow!!! These looks lovely.. AT first, I thought these are plastics. Then I read.. it's frost. Hehehe... I especially like the first and the last one. Beautiful. =)

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•••Mumsy••• said...

Very beautiful! They look like sugar on those roses. We have no flowers left outside, anywhere.

morrdrakens said...

Great pictures you've got here! It sure do look like sugar. Beautiful!

Maia said...

Gorgeous macros Judy, the frost makes them so unusual, but special.
The first photo with the frost contracting the warm sunlight, is fantastic.

George said...

I usually hate to see frost on roses, but these are wonderful macros.

Emptyhead51 (Wanda) said...

Brrr...Jack Frost has provided you with yet another opportunity to capture nature at its best! I particularly like the last group, very beautiful!

Bronwynn said...

Wow, those are so neat. I'm surprised the roses are still blooming this late in the year

NatureFootstep said...

there are something special about that first flower. I think it is the colors. :)

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