85. Strong

My crocuses and tulips were stronger than I thought….they survived the 6″ of snow we received (which has already melted)!  Yeaaaaahhhhhhh!  🙂

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~ by Tammy on March 27, 2011.

22 Responses to “85. Strong”

  1. Beautiful capture Tammy … nice job ‘gettin low.’

  2. Gosh, plants can sometimes live through the harshest of weather. Nice capture.

  3. Did you lie on your stomach to take this shot? The angle is amazing!

  4. Beautiful shot….and I am curious as to whether you were on the ground too!

  5. Woo hoo! Nice little sunshine you got there.

  6. Fantastic composition Tammy! We had 2 inches overnight but thankfully the sun is out now and melting it all.

  7. Just what the world needs – More STRONG SMELLIES! Shheeesh!

  8. A very hardy and beautiful flower! Nice close up.

  9. Ok, the answer is YES I did lay on the COLD ground (but didn’t get too dirty…thank goodness for the landscaping bricks – although they could have been a little wider lol)! 🙂

  10. Strong plant, colour and composition.

  11. Love the composition, color and processing and envy you the cold landscape stone. . .still a foot of snow here.

  12. A testimony to the power of spring! Lovely yellow, saturated and not blown out at all.

  13. A beautiful FLOWER, Tammy! I appreciate that you are giving us this perspective because it’s hard to see all the detail in these little gems as we normally view them from above.

  14. that’s what I call a macro…..

  15. a strong picture of a strong bloom! Congratulations!

  16. Wow, how did you manage to get so close? Beautiful crocus, now I have to go out and crawl along my flowerbeds too 🙂 (it is tad wet and muddy still, but hey, the things we do for art)!

  17. Hi Tammy,
    Isn’t mother nature strange? Gives you beautiful flowers and then buries them under snow. And against all odds the flowers make it up and turn out beautiful. Great shot. Have a great day!

    Sherrie

  18. Nature has a way of reminding us to never give up.

  19. This is beautiful. You did a fabulous job of isolating the flower and that bright yellow is so inviting.

  20. What a gorgeous macro Tammy!
    I think I have another couple of weeks before i see this, but there are signs of life!!!

  21. An inspiring photo…can hardly wait for mine to come up but still snowbanks there.

  22. Lovely colours and brilliant viewpoint. Well shot!

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