2016-06-16

Akleja - Columbine

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Akleja - Columbine
© NF Photo 160616

To answer your question, no, it is not the same flower, but both Columbines.

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25 comments:

  1. That first one looks good enough to eat :-)
    Great treatment on the second image/

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  2. Beautiful shots. The second one reminded me of a spider. :-)

    Greetings from London.

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous!

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  4. Beautiful photos! Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

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  5. Absolutely exquisite - they pop on the black background. hugs, Donna

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  6. Stunning... WOW~

    Hugs Giggles

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  7. wow beautiful flowers, I like the 2nd one

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  8. What a beauty in the first photo.

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  9. Wow the last looks like a large insect .
    Amazing !
    Thanks for your comment to my work :-)
    Greetings from Germany

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  10. Just gorgeous! I can never resist when I see rain drops on bloom or leaves and try to get a nice macro. Yours looks awesome.
    And the second one, in black and white, looks totally abstract - I love a good abstract in nature.

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  11. Dear friend,
    look here to the Challenge:

    http://digitalwhisper.blogspot.de/2016/06/dreamers-challenge-june-19th-summer-swim.html

    Greetings from Germany

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  12. Certainly a beautiful flower with all the details captured...

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  13. Wonderful artistic macro photos, Monica!
    Many thanks for participating in the Floral Friday Fotos meme, I look forward to your next contribution!

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  14. I love aquilegia. Great shapes in your B&W.

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  15. So lovely and artistic view of a beautiful flower! Greetings!

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  16. Lush flower! Well done.

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  17. I love aquilegia. Great shapes in your B&W.

    (I'm repeating this because I think my first comment may not have gone through - I'm having trouble at the moment.)

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  18. both images are amazing.

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  19. I love aquilegia. Great shapes in your B&W.

    (I'm having trouble commenting at the moment, so I'm repeating in case my other two haven't gone through. Please delete this if it's duplicating the others.)

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