Monday, August 15, 2011

The Creative Exchange

I found this gorgeous flower, Celosia, on a recent "trespass"!!
There is nothing about it that I don't LOVE!!!!
It was a random shot, taken very quickly and comes to you straight out of my camera!!!

I am so excited to be linking to The Creative Exchange at
Lisa Gordon Photography for the very first time!!!


Please stop by and check out her amazing blog!!!

16 comments:

  1. How pretty! It almost looks like velvet.

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  2. truly gorgeous. great job, debbie. :)

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  3. Another beautiful photograph of a beautiful flower. Love the close-up on this with all the detail Debbie, amazing what you can see with the lens of a camera.

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  4. There is nothing about it that I don't love either Debbie! This is just gorgeous, and I love the wonderful detail and color.

    Thank you so much for sharing this today at The Creative Exchange.

    Have a great day!

    lisa.

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  5. Great capture, Debbie, and a beautiful flower. You're very good with that camera!

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  6. Wow Deb...I love it, gorgeous detail enlarged!

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  7. hi there! I love purple too..love this photo, great capture!

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  8. I love these, and though I have good luck with most outside flowers, I don't with this one. Beautiful shot, though.

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  9. Lovely shot Debbie, such a beautiful colour.

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  10. This is really beautiful! Gorgeous color and velvety texture!

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  11. ohhh i have those in my garden and they do very well! considering it was over 95 degrees for a long time and i am not so good in watering them on time....

    Lovely shot!
    Leontien

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  12. I've never seen one of these beautiful flowers before. The petals look so very soft and velvety. Rich colors! A most lovely capture, Debbie!

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  13. That is the coolest looking plant. I've never seen one like it.

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  14. Nice shot. LI really like the way you captured the color and the texture, Debbie.

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