Sunday, 21 July 2013

Green Things on the Beach








































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18 comments:

  1. beautiful macro series! interesting things can be found on the beach!

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    1. A never ending supply of inspiration .....!

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  2. It is amazing what is found on the beach...I love collecting sea glass. Beautiful captures!

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    1. Most glass on this beach is likely to be recently broken(tho' there isn't much of it)....ouch!!

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  3. Love the bits of glass, the other green things, not so much! Your photos are nicely done!

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    1. But like them or not,there they are,shining away!!

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  4. each photo is like collage! thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

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    1. Yes, and ever so perfectly arranged .....

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  5. What wonderful macros! Beautiful textures and detail!

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  6. Beautiful photos! I love all the natural materials you can find on a beach. I'm not so fond of the man made stuff.

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    1. For me this the "edge" - I'm drawn to the alien materials and textures,and bright colours against the natural earthy tones.

      Of course I would rather we stopped chucking rubbish around,especially plastic!

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  7. Mysterious. So many stories in these things of nature and not.

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    1. and everything has a story to tell .........

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  8. So sad what we humans do to nature and yet
    Nature brings beauty right back to us...
    transforms the way we look at things.
    I wish more humans could 'really see.'

    Beautiful Series! :)

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    1. Thank you Akasa ..... glad to see you back blogging!

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  9. Though I might have overlooked those green things (I know not green to nature), I wonder how they ended up staying there.

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    1. Cosmos, I think they don't stay there for long .....
      they come and go with the tide.
      I walk here two or three times a week and there is always something new to catch my eye!

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