Frosted Burdock Seed Head.

7th December 2012:


12 Comments on “Frosted Burdock Seed Head.

    • This frosted series is so amazing since I don’t get to see the frozen weather changes in the desert of Southern California Steve. I am living vicariously through your series

      • Who’s Steve? You comment really made me feel good, until I realised you were referring to Steve’s work. I feel really let-down now, Patricia. 🙁

      • I’m sorry Mike I meant MIKE! of course!!! I was reading a comment by Steve on your blog… so sorrry my friend

      • Ha ha! I forgive you, Patricia. I knew all along. 🙂 I really appreciate your comments and thank you for you support. I am not sure now who is my biggest supporter. Is it you or Suzanne. 😀

      • I don’t mind sharing with Suzanne, another woman with excellent taste! Seriously, I wish I could learn how to take photos from you, I am going to invest in a lens for close ups, any suggestions? I am a Canon girl

      • Your photographs are wonderful, Patricia. I’m sure you don’t need advice from me on how to shoot a close-up. I use a Canon 500D camera and a 60 mm EFS f2.8 macro lens. 🙂

      • I mean Mike… sorry about my brain fart! I love your photos, you know I am a big fan!!! Just had a little slip, forgive me??? I reblog you more than anyone on WordPress… I admire your captures over and over again!

      • Thanks, Patricia. Apart from you, I don’t recall anyone else being prepared to reblog my posts. This might be due to my images not really being good enough. I appreciate you reblogging my posts, though. 🙂 Come to think of it, I think a couple of other followers might have reblogged a post or two.

  1. I can’t figure out how to make my comments express how beautiful I think all of these are :)..

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