Project Alicia : Wordless Wednesday: Seeing Yellow?

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Seeing Yellow?

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Canon 50D, Tamron 60mm f/2, Photoshop Elements 7, Florabella "Jane" Action used.

If you have a photo just link it below. Wordless, Not So Wordless, or Wordful posts are all welcome. Make sure to stop by some of the other WWs.

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Just a couple quick notes. If you do not know me well you may want to stop by Scraps and Scribbles. I am being featured over there today. And Courtney (from Scraps and Scribbles) with be visiting here tomorrow. Also, my blog may be down for a couple days starting Thursday evening for some maintenance. Don't miss me too much.


79 comments:

  1. That's such an amazing capture of the fly! Awesome.

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  2. Another set of fabulous photos!!
    :)

    Tammi
    http://www.myorganizedchaos.net

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  3. i love the little drops of water.

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  4. wow that last shot is great, amazing detail!

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  5. Those are gorgeous, gorgeous shots! Daffodils are my favorites {those and tulips!}. So cheery. I've been lusting after a macro lens for a long while. Your photos aren't helping ;)

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  6. The last one took me by surprise. A little to close for comfort for this blogger. Beautiful though. Thankfully with our cold weather the bugs are still in hibernation.... but then again so are the flowers.
    Dana

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  7. In LOVE with the new header :D
    The fly one was too close for comfort for me too, BUT your skills are breathtaking!

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  8. Your photography is always such a joy to look at Lisha.Love the new header too...

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  9. Beautiful photo's of the daffodil, and amazing capture of the fly.

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  10. Is there anything more beautiful than daffodils in the Spring? Love the show with dew drops.

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  11. How beautiful!! I love yellow!

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  12. Seriously. Your photos are amazing. Amazing!

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  13. beautiful daffodils! I hope mine bloom this year.

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  14. Insects closeups always make me happy that we are so much bigger then they are!!!

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  15. These are awesome! Love the bugs and the water droplets!

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  16. These are all great but that last capture is incredible.

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  17. I am so happy that spring has sprung for you....and all that yellow just makes me smile xx

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  18. Stunning daffodil photos and that fly is amazing!

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  19. You ROCKED these shots, Lish! I love them all, but the one of the fly is just unbelievably gorgeous. I'm so embarrassed of my sucky WW post. lol

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  20. I love the flowers, but the two captured insects are what really caught my eye. :)

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  21. Those are beautiful - I can't wait until our flowers start to bloom here! I really doesn't completely feel like spring until then. :)

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  22. Okay, that fly is amazing. But I'm so glad he's not here in "person". ;)

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  23. Sorry my image is my Twitter follow. I did a video not a photo and I wasn't even given the option of my button...but lots of other ones including yours. LOL That is so awesome! WishI had a lens that would let me get that close!

    ~Mimi

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  24. Gorgeous!! Man I've missed WW.

    --The Drama Mama

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  25. love the one with the water on it

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  26. Very beautiful! Stopping by and linking up! :)
    http://aimee-girltalk.blogspot.com

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  27. Yes, we are seeing yellow here, finally!

    I LOVE the new header :)

    Dagmar
    Dagmar's momsense

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  28. Oh Spring! How I miss the sun. Lovely bright yellow makes me think of our summers here in Seattle when the weather is just perfect.

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  29. So pretty, I love yellow flowers!

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  30. Ooh! Very pretty!!! How did you manage to get a close up of a fly???

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  31. It's pouring here, and the forecast doesn't look like that is going to change. These yellow pics are a perfect "pick me up." Thanks, doll!

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  32. Great series - I love the detail and the different layers of focus. That last one with the fly is very impressive.

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  33. Just loving these gorgeous yellow photos! It really feels vibrant and springy all at once!

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  34. Oh oh oh! I love these.

    Visiting from Hobo Mama and Natural Parents Network (both with linkies)!

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  35. Absolutely stunning! As my daughters would say, it's yellowicious.

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  36. I LOOOVE the last shot , it so amazing..I hope I don't have a thing for flies:)

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  37. I love the beautiful tones you have achieved in these flowers, exquisite, deliciously attractive. Really beautiful. Congratulations and thank us happy on this beautiful way. Greetings.

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  38. Gorgeous photos!!! Love them all.

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  39. Those photos are gorgeous. Love them! :D I'm a new follower of yours. Joined the linky. Thanks for hosting. :D

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  40. Absolutely gorgeous shots! Happy WW.

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  41. Great shots and love how the yellow stands out!

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  42. I love them all but that last shot is amazing.

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  43. We are just beginning to see signs of spring. I have some green daffy shoots poking their heads up. Thanks for sharing your spring with me. (You can keep the bugs.)

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  44. Wow...those are fabulous photos! Great detail!

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  45. Wow! These photos are so beautiful! You should work as an photographer!

    Have a happy WW!

    Hug´s,
    Verena

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  46. Gorgeous photo. That shot of the fly is amazing.

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  47. That fly is incredible! Wow! Love the yellow, just gorgeous!

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  48. Beautiful flowers,beautiful shots!

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  49. Hello, I live in CR too! Found you from Leovi's blog. I used to live somewhere else and now I am back in Iowa. Funny isn't it how that is a common Iowa story!

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  50. Oh that last shot of the bee is just amazing! (they all are but that one is like National Geographic closeness).

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  51. Brilliant close-ups and love the yellow

    Happy WW!

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  52. Gorgeous as usual! Wish it were not pouring here for the last week so I could go outside and snap some shots of my dudes in the sun. I think I'll get to work on my arch instead!

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  54. I use usually photoshop CS but I also have elements. I don't have twitter and I don't even use facebook, sorry, life is too short for everything:)

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  55. I have loaded to photoshop CS some actions that are meant to use in elements but they do work also in photoshop. Elements actions usually stop every now and then but just press enter and actions will continue it's action forward. They like transforms "manual" actions but do work:)

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  56. I'm so jealous of how beautiful and springlike these pictures are that I want to cry.

    Thanks for bringing a bit of spring into my world. It was much needed!!!

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  57. Love your new header!!!

    The yellow is just stunning in each of the photos! Nicely captured :D

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  58. i am so flattered you love my pictures! i have a canon t2i. i'm still learning but am having a lot of fun in the process :)

    your pics are gorgeous, & i'm checking out florabella's "jane" action right now :)

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  59. that fly is amazing. GROSS, but amazing nonetheless!

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  60. Your photos never cease to amaze me!

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  61. Love, love, love your style! You inspire me to look more closely.

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  62. lovely and bright! the fly is amazing

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  63. Wish you could teach me how to take up closeups of nature. Beautiful shots.

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  64. Thanks for stopping by my WW post. I just love that last photo! The fly is perfectly focused. Thanks for sharing.

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  65. Beautiful shots!
    The last one is awesome!

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  66. I'm so glad you came by today! I'm not at my computer so I can't aubmit any photos but I will!! I love a reason to break out my camera! Lovely flowers btw. No daffodils for us yet! Off to go follow you :)

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  67. so beautiful! amazing detail and they look like they're lit from within. magical!

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