Close-up assignment

This is my contribution to Scott Thomas´12th assignment “Close up photography”. If you are here for the first time, I will recomend you to go to Scotts blog where you can find a lot of information and tips about close-up photography, and you can enjoy the other contributers photos.

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22 comments so far

  1. Karma on

    Ooh, Giid! This looks like a big amazing puzzle! How cool.

    • Giiid on

      You are right, it could look like a puzzle. Thank you for your comment, Karma.

  2. thedailyclick on

    I KNEW you would have some kind of collage! 🙂 Beautiful as always. Love all the reds.

    • Giiid on

      I was trying not to, but before I knew it, I was making one. 🙂 I like the reds too, it is the shine from a lot of small pearls.

  3. Gerry on

    I like the brush, and the curl of the leaf . . . in the context of all that beautiful red! I am a fool for red.

    • Giiid on

      Me too. This red background is an unsuccessful attempt of taking a close-up of the little red pearls (which is on the little picture). The brush is a glove from Greenland. Perhaps I can use it to paint my hall…good idea…at least until my husband need his gloves again.

      e

  4. chriscaff on

    I love your mosaic! What a great idea.

    • Giiid on

      Thank you Chriscaff.

  5. isathreadsoflife on

    Mysterious and beautiful ! Such wonderful colours and patterns, I love this mosaic, giiid. Very interesting close-up photography.

    • Giiid on

      The last little photo of a green glass thing is an old hopscotch stone. Did you use play that too? We used to have them in all kind of colored glasses with different pattern on. One day, the EU (European union)declared them “dangerous”, and not allowed anymore. Playing hopscotch with a plastic stone is just not the same. I used to think this green stone was a bit boring, now it is almost a treasure.

  6. milkayphoto on

    A fine tapestry of textures and color – brilliant!

    • Giiid on

      Thank you Tracy. I was surprised by the effect of the blurred red photo. It was more an “accident” than a clever shot, perhaps I should let the camera decide more often.

  7. marysquilt on

    great work.

    Mary W.

  8. Scott Thomas Photography on

    Maybe an accident but you knew how to use it in this fabulous piece of art. Well done.

  9. […] treated us to a new twist to one of her fabulous collages.  The background used set off all the neat close up photos […]

  10. marysquilt on

    Try this link.

    a href=”http://marysquilt.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/mlw2401.jpg”

    Maybe that is why I didn’t have any traffic to see my work.
    I have the pictures linked to the bottom of that post. There are 11.

    • Giiid on

      If you write the name of your blog as I have mentioned above, people can find your blog, and write you comments.

  11. Reggie on

    I also love the puzzle effect – and the intriguing red background. Beauuuutiful.

    • Giiid on

      Thank you reggie 🙂


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