Monday 10 March, 2014 by Uncle Spike
My posting for Macro Monday.
Springtime means colours at the farm. Much of the year is shades of ‘brown’, so anything green, white or has a splash of colour gets the camera treatment 🙂
Hope you all like it !
Category: Macro Monday
| Tags: flowers, gardening, macro, macro monday, Macro Photography, photography, POSTADAY
We like it.
Very nice. Beautiful! I’m a sucker for pictures of flowers with rain/water drops on them. 🙂
Aim to please…
Oh yes I do…they’re just gorgeous! 🙂
Daisies are my favorite! The water droplet is a nice addition to the photo
I put it there especially 😀
Wow!!! Beautiful flower and GREAT SHOT!!!! Thank you, Uncle Spike! xxoo, Amy
Beautiful! Makes me wish for my gardens to come to life, but we still have snow.
Yikes… I’ve only seen snow on WordPress Tina…
Love it, can not wait to take photos of the field flowers this year..
The Daisy is a simple flower, not given much respect by “serious”gardeners, but I have always liked the brilliant colours of yellow and white.
Nice and easy to grow though 🙂
Great pic! I love spring.
Best season by far me thinks 😀
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