Rocking the Daisies

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34 Responses to Rocking the Daisies

  1. Nice set of images–by giving less of the flower head, you give the viewer more. Well done.

  2. jagdish more says:

    design…… is part of our view and also part of beauty

  3. Leo says:

    Less is more, because you can concentrate on the important part of the subject. You have made me look at my own photo`s and I see a lot of the time I get the whole subject in the frame, and the important parts are lost.

  4. AMOS says:

    Beautiful! May I ask what lens you’re using for the close-ups with the water drops? (And thank you for stopping by my blog today, too!)

  5. I love the lighting here. Great set.


  6. Lindy says:

    These are absolutely gorgeous – every one of them!

  7. These are stunning I love how you have photographed them, thanks for giving me some inspiration.

  8. Office Diva says:

    Very beautiful set of photos. I think I like the one with just the one droplet of water. Stunning! Thanks for stopping by my blog. Keep up the inspirational work!

  9. YellowCable says:

    A very beautiful set. Well done!

  10. Just amazing stuff! I am in awe.

  11. Can’t say anymore except spectacular. Oh! and thank you for the like on poetrycottage.

  12. coastingnz says:

    so pretty – nice to see such colour. Winter here so nothing really flowering currently.

  13. These are beautiful…thanks for visiting my blog!

  14. abrachan says:

    Just superb. No other words..

  15. loca4motion says:

    Stunning images every one! I’d also be interested to know which lens you used. Thanks for checking out my blog too!

  16. bananabatman says:

    Ah Daisies! They are a great subject and you have captured them beautifully.

  17. suej says:

    Beautiful! Love the water droplet image, fabulous detail….And thanks for your ‘like’ on my blog!

  18. fgassette says:


    Thank you for visiting my blog today. I appreciate the time you took to stop by. May your day be filled with joy and peace.

  19. Wow! Stunning photos! What are you shooting with?

  20. Vanessa says:

    Wow indeed I love your images the lighting and the different views …inspiring. Thank you 🙂

  21. I love you cropping! A common flower made extraordinary with your artistic vision!

  22. etimid43 says:

    Lovely images. Thanks for visiting my blog.

  23. suej says:

    Great images! Less certainly is more…and thanks for dropping by my blog 🙂

  24. hi nikita,

    nice set of images. great work.

    best regards,

  25. namesi says:

    GEEZ! GEEZ! WOW! WOW! what a powerful set of pictures. the perspective, the lighting, the colour. this is superb work!

  26. awarewriter says:

    Excellent. Makes me want to drag out my tripod and macro equipment.

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