The passion flower is one of my favorite flowers, because of its subtle leaves. The beautiful colors come into their own here.
It has to be a light, floating snowfall. Then, I put a black card on a stool, so I can move the card around to be under the camera set up with a macro lens on a tripod pointing down. Have the camera pre-focused on the card, and set on "spot exposure." When a good flake falls nice and flat, you slide the card under the camera and take a shot before it melts. It's fun. :-)
trying to be philosophical. It didn't work. I changed the title.
Beautiful and mysterious.
Great photo, but I don't understand the title.
Fish are always beautifully patterned, especially this one. Would you get out of the maze?
I know this plant too, with its shy hidden flowers, but I don't know the name either. I searched the internet, but didn't find it. By the way, beautiful photo, for me it radiates simplicity and tranquility.
Very beautiful. I am a layman in photography and wonder how you can photograph a snowflake like this.
When I saw this photo my first reaction was a sincere wooohw. Beautiful colors and special with that ice layer.
How can a fungus be so beautiful? How did you manage to photograph it so beautifully?
What beautiful flower is this? A magriet? Very nice colors!
I think a gourd is a very special thing. I looked up what they are used for: in Europe mainly as decoration, in Africa to make pots and water pitchers. Nice photo by the way.
A very original and brilliant idea.
Never seen a pine cone like this. Thought it was a date at first.