Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Texture Tuesday . . .


kk - kristen


"Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies."
                                              - Mother Teresa

Popping in to say hi and hoping all is well with you!
I'm over at Focusing on Life today discussing the agreeability of my garden.
I know, you'll just have to pop on over to check it out.


Love, Kim
xo






24 comments:

you-wee because said...

Hi, too, and - YES - all is well with me. Thank you for your concern. ;-)

Your macro of the dragon fly is superbly taken. Is there a big difference with or without the texture? Without knowing that you reworked your photo with a texture I would have said: great(natural) shot.
Enjoy a great Tuesday,
Uwe.

Michelle B said...

Such a beautiful macro. Dragonflies are a piece of artwork aren't they.

Sarah Carletti said...

That is such an amazing capture. I love dragon flies!

Barb said...

Fantastic capture - I adore dragonflies!

Tamar SB said...

Well hello little creature!

Barbara said...

Wow Kim, talk about in your face, wonderful capture just double Wow. Amazing.

Adrienne said...

I haven't decided if this motivates me to pursue my desire to get dragonfly shots this summer...or just give up and look longingly at yours!!! In other words...wow - amazing shot!

Cherie said...

This is a stunning capture. I just purchased a macro lens and I hope I can be lucky enough to capture something like this! Gorgeous!

Caz Sultz said...

Fantastic macro, great shot !

Dina Lettre said...

Such an amazing capture, Kim...and I adore that quote.

Cathy H. said...

Amazing capture! These little creatures are so beautiful!

Lisa Gordon said...

This is a magnificent photograph, Kim!

Sheila said...

Wow, this is an amazing capture!

Evelyn S. said...

How in the world do you get a dragonfly to "pose" for you like this?? Wonderful, Kim.

Brenda said...

What a fabulous image! I love the centered composition which gives it an abstract feel - at first glance, we aren't quite sure what we are looking at and then when it becomes clear, it is a pleasant shock of recognition. Don't know how you captured this but I love it!

June Caedmon said...

Amazing, Kim. Miss you.

Sharon said...

Simply awesome!

EarlK said...

Fantastic photo. It is amazing what you can see in small things. Wonderful.

Ida said...

Such wonderful detail in this shot. I've seen a few dragonflies around our house lately but none have landed long enough to photograph them. Bummer.

Anita Johnson said...

Isn't that amazing?

Cathy said...

Wow, amazing shot!

Sharon Collins said...

Wonderful shot.

Liz said...

Lovely image, Kim!

Beverly said...

That is an amazing shot of the dragon fly!! I've only had a couple stop by, several years ago. Maybe they will come back this year.

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