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Seed Pod

Posted by
Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 14 September 2010 in Plant & Nature.

I was unable to identify this lovely seed pod growing on a weed in my garden.
Taken outdoors. I added two textures of my own, plus "Concretely Lost" by Diego da Silva.

NIKON D300 1/320 second F/7.1 ISO 500 105 mm

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Julie Brown from Indianapolis, United States

The pod is glowing! I like the detail on this, and lovely textures.

14 Sep 2010 9:46am

@Julie Brown: Thanks. I'm glad I captured the glowing quality, which is what I saw initially.

BOCCONE CLAIRE from France

Très jolie photo!!Bravo!
J'aime beaucoup la texture arrière plan!
Amitiés de France:CLAIRE

14 Sep 2010 4:34pm

@BOCCONE CLAIRE: Thank you. I'm glad you like it.

Magda from Vancouver, Canada

how absolutely gorgeous!

14 Sep 2010 4:47pm

@Magda: Thank you, Magda.

Magrat from Nordhausen, Germany

Breathtaking, Anita! Wonderful treatment, which adds so much to this little seed pod-which-must-not-be-named... ;)

14 Sep 2010 5:22pm

@Magrat: I like your name for this seed pod! thanks.

Barbara Kile from Ft. Worth, United States

An interesting plant! Nice colors and detail.

14 Sep 2010 7:45pm

@Barbara Kile: Thanks, Barbara.

rian from fullerton, United States

this bud looks like a ball of flame that's about to explode! wonderful shot.. :)

14 Sep 2010 8:03pm

@rian: Thanks for giving me a different way of looking at it.

salva from burgos, Spain

Excellent colors and process!

14 Sep 2010 8:26pm

@salva: Thank you so much. Glad you like them.

Arnd from Basel, Switzerland

The close-up of the seed pod is superb and your post-processing has added an ethereal quality to the image. Great work, Anita!

14 Sep 2010 9:09pm

Susan from Pompano Beach, by Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

doesn't matter what ya call it.....it's a beauty !!!

15 Sep 2010 12:14am

@Susan: Thanks. I still wish I could find out what plant it is.

Dutçh from Chicagoland, United States

Beautiful!

15 Sep 2010 3:12am

@Dutçh: Thank you.

Hooman from Mashhad, Iran

very nice and interesting shot
its superb macro

15 Sep 2010 6:37am

@Hooman: Thank you so much for visiting and commenting. I'm glad you like this image.

joemulligan from burnsville, nc, United States

What a beautiful image.....a mystical globe of light.....wonderfully processed.....a real work of art !

15 Sep 2010 12:29pm

DULCIE from Danville, CA, United States

A delicate and tender pod...it appears lit from within A lovely rendering , Anita!

16 Sep 2010 7:24am

@DULCIE: Thanks! I was fascinated by this lovely little seed pod.

Jules from United States

Love the way the light hits this one! It illuminates the entire center of the flower. Gorgeous!

16 Sep 2010 1:19pm

Marcie from Newton, United States

Of course..an then I start going backwards thru your blog..and find even more of these exquisite beauties. WOW!

17 Sep 2010 12:02am

hervelegerelite from putian, China

You have captured fall with the texture and color of the leaves. I've just come in for a quick break after digging up my dahlia tubers, and your photos are a treat. We have similar plants, but you have such an eye for composition and light.

6 Jan 2011 9:03am

NIKON D300
1/320 second
F/7.1
ISO 500
105 mm

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