Sunday, October 25, 2009

The last of the Michigan flower pictures

This is the final installment of flower photos from our trip to northern Michigan this summer.

Thanks to all of you who commented on previous posts. We've actually been away on a trip to the Red River Gorge area of Kentucky (in the Daniel Boone National Forest), so I haven't had a chance to respond to all your comments. This means, of course, that I'm behind on all my blog reading as well, but I'll get caught up with you all soon.

In the meantime, please enjoy these (mostly) artistic renderings of Queen Anne's Lace, Black-eyed Susan and Oxeye Daisy. I will share some photos from our trip to Kentucky soon!

Oh, and tune in on Monday for a funny bird video.













5 comments:

Andy said...

Love those macro shots!

The Early Birder said...

A beautiful mix of colour & form plus your artistic tweeks. Love it Heather. FAB

Ginnymo said...

Great close ups of some beautiful flowers Heather. The weather is changing fast. But I love winter. I can see the birds and critters better..

Kirk Mona said...

Nice, I especially like that last one.

Heather said...

Andy, Frank, Ginny, and Kirk - Thanks very much to you all for the wonderful comments. Macro work is my favorite type of photography, no doubt about it!