Thursday, May 28, 2009

what am i? ... 91/365

what am i? ...
/wʌt əm aɪ/ - inquiry
used interrogatively to inquire as to the origin, identity, etc., of something

... amazes me how things in nature when viewed REALLY CLOSE UP ... take on an artwork all of their own ... crazy, huh?


of course.

14 comments:

Chesney said...

Love the macro of this dandelion - the details are incredible! Nice one!

veejayr said...

Sort of surreal, huh? Well done!

~Val said...

This is beautiful. Looks like fireworks.

oneshotbeyond said...

I did a series on these myself one time, they are so fascinating! Good job...love the borders on them.

mummyof5monsters said...

Awesome shots, I love macro:)

Life with Kaishon said...

This is beautiful. I love your pictures!

mljrbg said...

Great perspective!!

MevetS said...

A nice image? (The correct answer to this question is 'yes".)

Brita said...

Just beautiful!

Maggie May said...

so lovely. i want a dandelion wallpaper!

King of New York Hacks said...

Great shot , I was blowing at my screen trying to make a wish. Brilliant .

Petit Elefant said...

Cute exercise for both little ones, and me. My 32 year old brain needs a little stimulation.

amandanbo said...

l.o.v.e your 365...i attempted to start one this year and failed miserably within the first month...maybe next year (it's amazing how fast they go by!)
anyway, i got your comment and wanted to get back to you about sheye's eye candy and wasn't sure what the best way would be so i thought i'd just leave my thoughts here for ya :)
i absolutly thought the workshop was worth every single penny {and then some}. sheye is amazing and is as wonderful a teacher as she is photographer. i took both explore and evlolve and loved them both. for me, it was actually a bit of a life altering experience. i finally got my head wrappeda around manual shooting and have been shooting that way ever since. there is so much information packed into both workshops that any questions you may have will get answered and you will learn so much from all the other ladies in the workshop as well. {i was in on her first round of workshops and after they were over, the ladies and i began our own photography forum to stay in touch and continue learning from each other...these ladies i have never met in person have become some of my greatest friends, teachers, and support for this amazing hobby!}
as far as the time it took...i did have several late nights, {you just get toally consumed by the forum...everyones photos, information, photography chit chat} but i didn't feel that it took away too much time from my family.
i would definitely reccomend eye candy to anyone out there wanting to grow as a photographer...you will get sooooooo much out of it! if you have any more questions, let me know! i hope i answered some of them for you. maybe it could be your christmas present to yourself! :)
your girls are darling...& i think it's hilarious that you don' type in caps either...i can't stand caps!
~amanda

amandanbo said...

i think you would love it!
just make sure you're getting in on the one that would benefit you most...
explore: if you are just starting out, learning to shoot in manual, learning your camera, etc.
evolve: if you are shooting in manual, thinking of beginning a business...a few more advanced things...
i know sheye has a description of each on her blog...check it out.
p.s. i adore your photography!