Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Crocus Focus


Although the crocuses have already
come and gone


So fast,
I barely had time to appreciate their
bright little heads


I'm going to stop
and re-focus


On the internal fascinations
of a crocus

24 comments:

  1. Rosemarie you have another great series of photographs of the crocus put down,
    Sorry that I currently do not take it easy but slowly I start again
    Thank you for your understanding!
    grt,
    Annie
    http://anniezon.blogspot.nl/

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  2. Great macro's Rosemary!
    Beautiful colors... love it.
    Warm greetings from Holland,
    Anna :))

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  3. Hi Rosemary, what gorgeous photos!!! I am fascinated with how well you are able to show the intricate details!

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  4. Lovely!!

    My crocuses were spent so quickly this year because of the weather shifts that I hardly got to enjoy them. Thanks for letting me "see" them again through your photos.

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  5. Gooooorgeous close ups ! Wonderful flowers...unfortunately mine didn't show up this year , so I appreciate seeing yours :-)

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  6. Gorgeous pictures! Crocuses are so beautiful and I also love to photograph these flowers very much. Beautifully captured details! Thanks for sharing.
    Marian

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  7. This is wonderful because I don't think I've ever seen the inside of a crocus this closely before. It looks like it's filled with little orange trumpets. Fabulous perspective! :o)

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  8. Spectacle for the eyes,
    special photos! hug

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  9. Beautiful photos of the crocus, beautiful exposed and very sharp.
    Best wishes, Irma

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  10. Your photos makes me realize I do want a macro lens, but I guess I can wait until Xmas :D I have a crocus bunch in my garden, they're a nice pop of color!

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  11. Such beautiful captures, Rosemary! I love the combo of vibrant yellow and soft purple in Crocus!

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  12. Crocuses do come and go in a rush, but so does so much of what we love. Enjoy while we may. Including the memories, so enhanced by your beautiful images.

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  13. Piękny i kolorowy ten maj.Pozdrawiam ciepło i wiosennie.J.

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  14. Rosemary, I love crocuses, they are soft blue or white color but very fast bloom.
    Nice photos, your camera and lenses are great!

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  15. They look like sea creatures that one might find on a coral reef. So wonderous is our world!

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  16. Love the close ups inside the crocus, these are my favorite early spring bulbs.

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  17. In a word - delightful. Yes - they are gone before we realize. Nice focus on the crocus (and loved your sundrops too).

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  18. Nice pictures of some beautiful crocus :)

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  19. What beautiful close ups of the crocus. You're right, they don't stay around for long but are truly lovely when they are here.

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  20. Whole nice macros Rosemary :-)
    The heart is very nice and clear.
    Gorgeous color too.

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  21. How beautiful! We don't have crocuses here, so your pictures are a real treat. Isn't it wonderful how vibrant their colours are!

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  22. Hello Rosemary,
    You've made very great macro shots of these beautiful crocuses.The purple and orange colors are so brightly. Really amazing to see them so close.

    Many greetings,
    Marco

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Thank you so much for your kind words :)

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