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Monday, January 18, 2010

Macro Monday~1/18/10


I've been climbing around the rock cliff again...this is about as good of a time as any to do that, because the rattle snakes are going to be coming out if the weather warms up much more...eeeek!







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13 comments:

Jayke said...

What is that in the first picture? It looks like it should be at the bottom of the ocean or something.

Ed said...

Great shots, is that Holly in the first shot?

dibear said...

Very interesting shots. I can see you are having fun with that new camera. :)

Far Side of Fifty said...

Interesting shots..the first one is so very green..Yes I agree good to get the photos now before anything wakes up:)

moresecretwhispers said...

these are really pretty i like your creativity

lisa said...

Those are beautifully done!

picturesbybrenda said...

love the 2nd shot against the rock.

Janice said...

Hey there Karen. Great shots. What is that first one not like anything I've ever seen.

Kiki said...

These are gorgeous shots..nature is wide awake here..so lovely! I have enjoyed my visit here! Super beautiful.Thanks for the lovely comment on my MM.
Kiki~

Train Wreck said...

I love the first picture! So pretty whatever it is:) Rattlesnakes? ugh! I would be packing a shotgun with me.... lol Thank you for the birthday wishes!((hugs))

dennisthemennis.co.uk said...

You seem to know your horses! maybe if you get time take a look at this little fella and tell me what he is?

http://dennisthemennis.blogspot.com/2009/12/snow-pony.html

Val said...

Love that green shot...Moss?

I took one like it a few days ago!

gtyyup said...

I do believe it is some sort of moss...but I don't have a name for it.

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