Linking to Sunshine’s Macro Monday
Linking to Sunshine’s Macro Monday
Shelley M. White -Author: Cannabis for Lyme disease // Clinical Herbalist: Lyme disease and co-infections // Yoga Instructor // Nutritionist
"Consider the birds of the air...."
nature + landscape photography / 123 degrees west, 45 degrees north
Where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry.
Bring Nature Into Life
Enjoying Scotland's Wildlife
Capturing the beauty of God's creation through the lens of a camera
An Artist's View
Lives and writes at the foot of Pikes Peak
Photographs taken with a bridge camera journaling nature and everyday life in Central Massachusetts and beyond.
storyteller with a camera
Gardening, making and exploring. Canberra, Australia.
The daily life of an addict in recovery
keeping an eye on nature
One tale, woven in a thousand
diary of a locked down American in Italy.
Exploring sustainable options, minimalism, and gardening.
Notes from a wildlife-friendly cottage garden
Fine colour and detail!
Thank you, Belinda!
Oh, so beautiful!! 😍😍
Thank you, Trini! 🙂
I’ve never heard of this; it’s interesting that it’s in the amaryllis family. The color is lovely.
Thank you! Many people call them Amaryllis, a Christmas favorite, but Hippeastrum is their true Latin genus name.
Love the lines and colors. 😊
Thank you, Irene!
They’re a delight! I’m going to make another try to get them to naturalize here. It worked in my former garden!
That would be an amazing sight – a whole group of them glistening in the sunlight!
Gorgeous exquisite details Eliza!
Thank you, Maria! 🙂
I love the way you have highlighted colour, form and texture here.
Thank you very much, Anne.
Beautiful! I grew Apple Blossom once and it didn’t disappoint! 🙂
Thank you, Cathy. I am drawn to it year after year, I can’t help myself. It’s the crystalline sparkle I love.
Thank you, Derrick.
Beautiful pastol colours and fine details here, Eliza. Very nicely done!
Many thanks, Pete!
Lovely glorious photos Eliza!!!
Thank you, Cindy!
SIGH …. Gorgeous, Eliza! xo
🙂 Thanks, Amy!
So welcome!! xo
Holy cats, what a bloom!
🙂 Thanks, Laurie!
Such beautiful flowers, in any color! I love the top photo, welcoming the stamens.
Thank you, Alice, so true, there are many lovely hybrids.
Beautiful color and details Eliza!
Thank you kindly, Reed!
Thank you, Harold!
Took another look, the petal edge and texture reminds one of a sea shell, very beautiful..
Thank you, I loved the wavy edge of the right hand petal. There is something of the sea in there.
Thank you, Fi!
This is a view of Amaryllis I haven’t taken the time to see and a color I haven’t seen as well. Lovely plant, Eliza. Ours is getting huge and terribly pot bound.
That surprises me as you have a keen eye, Steve. Being a gardener, flowers get my close attention. 🙂
I’ve not paid as much attention to our houseplants as I do to the wild ones. Since I got that 25mm macro lens and the mini studio that is changing. 🙂
I lost myself in the veins (is that the right word?) of the petals. So intricate and beautiful in their patterns. And so rich in color. As always, thank you for sharing nature’s art. ❤
Thank you very much, Shayleene. The closer I look at nature, the more amazed I am. 🙂
Gorgeous texture details, Eliza, beautiful compositions!
Thank you kindly, Donna!
A lovely joy to be so close to this hippeastrum, Eliza. The subtleties of the colors and intricacies of the veins are heavenly.
Thank you, Jet. Much appreciated! ❤
Pretty … sort of looks like some Amaryllis I’ve purchased.
Thanks, Denise. Commonly known as Amaryllis, they are in the same family, but different genus.
Thank you, Bela!
Great details Eliza.
Thank you, Maria. 🙂