Saturday, November 12, 2011

I Heart Macro Snakeskin


Copper Snakeskin Component


Sea Urchin


Beautiful Rose trying so hard to bloom, but it's so cold and wet.
It's taken it a several weeks to open this far,
I shared the bud in a previous I Heart Macro.

studio waterstone


Check out the other wonderful Macro shots at Studio Waterstone.

21 comments:

  1. Kristi, your shots are so cool. The rose is so pretty. I'm cheering it on to open.
    Therese

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  2. Great photos. What a pretty rose. Hope it finishes opening up. And I love your snakeskin components. Can't wait to use mine.

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  3. These are wonderful shots! I love the snakeskin component. It will be interesting to see that whole piece finished! Love the pretty rose too!

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  4. Kristi your rose is lovely. What are you going to do with that snakeskin component? It is beautiful.

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  5. Wow, the images of the snakeskin component and sea urchin are so beautiful. Very cool! That rose is taking it's sweet time to open, but it is so pretty. Well worth the wait!

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  6. beautiful shots.....love the rose

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  7. Beautiful shots...I just love that texture from the sea urchin, wonderful.
    Jenni

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  8. intriguing and creative. thank you, kareninkenai

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  9. The pastel colors in the sea urchin are just beautiful! Your rose is a real trooper to hang in for so long!

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  10. My love of reptiles led me right straight to your photo! I thought the snakeskin was real! What an awesome component! Love all the shots. Am rooting for the rose. It looked real enough in the shot to lower my head and shiff!

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  11. That snakeskin is freaking awesome! Happy Sunday Kristi!!!

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  12. Gorgeous shots! Love the different textures and I love those droplets on the rose.

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  13. Gorgeous texture! You've nailed the snakeskin!

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  14. Did you make the snake-skin component by pressing a real snake-skin into the copper clay? You must have found a snake-skin like I have in my macro post today.

    I love the sea urchin - such colors & texture!

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  15. That snakeskin component is just gorgeous. Your pictures are stunning.

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  16. Wow-gorgeous snakeskin component! Clever use of that beautiful urchin!
    Great macro shots.

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  17. Yeah, I'm thinking I like the snakeskin too! And that sea urchin is just mind blowing...love the rose too :)

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  18. that is SO COOL how that turned out! nice!

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  19. neat post...i liked the shot of the rose.

    cheers,
    My Third Eye

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