355. Macro It!

  • Posted Dec. 21, 2010 by Ricardo in Nature. Viewed 5330 times
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Today I've received a gift from a friend. these were my first attempts.
thank you so much Bear for this gift, I promise I'll use it well!

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      2011.01.01 Edited

      SUPERBLY DONE!!! Wow...these are incredible Ricky :))

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      Ray
      2010.12.22 Edited

      A macro lens???!!!! Now I'm jealous! These are great. Is that your eye, or big brother's??

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      2010.12.22 Edited

      Well I can only add my own "WOW" to this set, Ricky!! I especially like the first one, impressive!!!

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      2010.12.21 Edited

      I love the eye. I took a photo similar to this to present in a photoshop workshop I gave a few years to demonstrate how to change colour. The lines of the retina are so wonderfully sharp. These photos are very well captured, especially the light reflection in 2 through 5.

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      2010.12.21 Edited

      You do such a fabulous job with macros, it is amazing...excellent set.

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      2010.12.21 Edited

      First and last really caught me. Well done! And congrats to such a great gift :)

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      2010.12.21 Edited

      I like all of them...fabulous - have lots of fun in the macro world

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      2010.12.21 Edited

      Lovely how you put the droplet and the eye next to each other! (Whose pretty eye is that, may I ask?)

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      2010.12.21 Edited

      Great work, Ricky....I think macro shooting opens up a whole new beautiful world....enjoy!!!

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      2010.12.21 Edited

      Wow, RickY!!! You've captured them beautifully. I especially love the last shot! Wonderful!

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      2010.12.21 Edited

      Really wonderful images, Ricky. I love the focus on the waterdroplets in #3 & 4 - and the "eye" shot gets an "aye"!

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      2010.12.21 Edited

      now if only the picture number one can crawl in picture number four you need the picture number 2 and 3 too wash it out