Sunday, October 30, 2011

Scavenger Hunt Sunday...

My interpretations for the week.

1. Macro

Dandelion 

studio waterstone
  

2. Cover

The cover of the book I'm currently reading.


3. Home

Home for me is my family. 
My gorgeous grandson standing in my front yard.


4. Texture

Pebbles.

Linking with
 

5. Tree

Tree in my neighbour's yard, showing its best colors for spring.




34 comments:

Giga said...

Mam nadzieję, że dmuchawiec ( pierwsze zdjęcie) nie straci przez tydzień swojego puchu :-). Wnuczek wspaniały. Pozdrawiam

Kamana said...

stunning shots!

Tamar SB said...

Great shots! Love his smile for home!

deb duty said...

The dandelion is awesome! What a great macro!

Sherri B. said...

Your photos are stunning...I love every single one. Like you, I am just learning photography and absolutely love the process. Have a lovely day~ :)

T... said...

beautiful photos as always, love your dandelion and what beautiful eyes your grandson has

Kathy said...

Wow...what a great set this week. In particular that macro is just lovely...the detail of the dandelion. How is it possible a "weed" can look so lovely? And I adore that "texture" shot too! The shallow DOF makes it so interesting! Great job!

Kathy

Andrea Dawn said...

Great macro . . . love the dandelion! Handsome grandson you have there.

Liz said...

Wonderful captures, Nadege!!
I love the dandelion & the tree. What a gorgeous grandson you have!!

Tracey N. said...

Love your image of the dandelion. I think your interpretations of the scavenger hunt series are wonderful.

Anna Lear said...

These are all compelling illustrations of the various themes -- that dandelion is absolutely amazing! You captured not only the "poofiness" but also some incredible detail in the center. Great image.

Susan said...

Great finds. Love the goosebump capture on that dandelion! Lovely texture too!

Karin M. said...

...perfectly shots...the dandelion is the absolute top ...
LG: Karin

Marianna said...

beautiful pictures!! the dandelion is my favorite!

*Manja* said...

Klasse!
LG,*Manja*

openid said...

Wow! Great photos! I love your macro dandelion and pebbles for texture. Great DOF on the pebble photo! And your grandson is very handsome!

girlmeetsbulgaria.com said...

Let's try this again! I don't know what I did!...

Wow! Great photos! I love your macro dandelion and pebbles for texture. Great DOF on the pebble photo! And your grandson is very handsome!

Ashley Sisk said...

These are great - I love your macro!

Evelyn S. said...

Wow...that dandelion macro is really something! All of your photos are wonderfully crisp and colorful!

Marcie said...

A terrific collection and response. Wonderful series of images!

Cedar said...

Really incredible set, but that dandelion macro just blows me away--the detail is incredible!

Jessica said...

Excellent photos! I love your macro shot so much!!

Linda R. said...

Oh my stars.. Everyone of these shots look fabulous.. I really can't even pick a favorite..

Hugs, Linda

Pradeepa said...

Wonderful. I LOVE your macro shot and your grandson has a very sweet smile.

Annette said...

I think that dandelion shot just proves that anything can look beautiful in macro!!

{OLIVIA} said...

love that first one!

Sarah said...

Great shots. Love the first one and the last two. So gorgoeus!

Connie Smiley said...

Your dandelion takes my breath away! And you have a very cute grandson. Great shots!

Deanna said...

Oh, what a lovely set of images. Your grandson is quite handsome. Your macro shot is stunning, and very clever take on "cover". Have a great week ahead.

Becky said...

Fantastic set! I used a book cover for my 'cover' too :)

Kay Rhodes said...

Love your photos....macro is wonderful!!

Kat Sloma said...

Love the roughness of those stones - great texture! Thanks for linking in to Exploring with a Camera. :)

gotmycamera said...

Lovely set of photos....so beautiful.

Delwyn said...

wonderful shots, well done...