Sunday, September 6, 2009

A Beauty In It's Own Way

11 comments:

Carletta said...

I so agree and I love that first shot - elegant!

Carletta’s Captures.

Sandy Kessler said...

fascinating what close ups will do !!sandy

Tammie Lee said...

This plant is exquisite. I loved how you show the last photo that makes it look like grass going to see. The small details in life are treasures!
Spirithelpers

Arija said...

A delightfully exotic flower and the last shot is sheer poetry with the sharp foreground and soft focus main subject.

Tabib said...

I never thought that this are wild flowers until the last pix.

mimi said...

lovely purple flowers.

Tulip said...

gorgeous wild flowers.

my entry http://southbrowneyes.blogspot.com/

pierre/magdalena said...

What a beautiful flower you have and lovely colors.

Have a great week .

Magdalena

Mia N said...

Really nice shot.My favorite is the first mackro.

Nance said...

Your photos speak by itself! Nice shots of a very unique flower. I've never seen one with a different shades in one stem!

Francis Bell said...

WOW-Cool post!!! I really enjoyed the pictures-thanks for brightening my day! Francis http://www.geothermalquestions.net

About Me

My photo
Wakaf Baharu, Kelantan, Malaysia
Known as the 'kbguy' at the blog-sphere, the Simple Kelantanese Guy who Choose To Stay And Work In A Small Town And See Things In His Own Perspective.. And Now Trying To Reach The Other Part Of The World Through His Passion In Taking Photos, But Not A Professional Photographer.I Am Using A Canon EOS400D. But now upgraded to EOS550D

Please Support By Clicking The Adverts