Wednesday, July 16

Day 16: Kimbomac Tribute

Kimbomacs "30 days of alphabet macro" features a new fantastic macro shot of fruits or vegetables each day. And they are shot in alphabetical order. Because my theme doesn't allow any studio shots here is an apple from our garden:

13 comments:

  1. Guessing who you are tributing is getting to be a game within the challenge. And I was right about this one too :D .
    You managed to create an almost perfect imitation of Kimbomac's wonderful collection of veggies & fruits. I would have believed a studiosetting if not told otherwise.

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  2. Very "Kimbo" like...nicely done!

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  3. Very nice tribute. You even chose the right color!

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  4. You have made me want to come visit your home...However, after LadyMin, and Meerkat's visit, Worthian's may no longer be welcome??
    Im loving your blog!

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  5. Of course they are welcome. More than welcome. Especially if you bring booze like min and kitten;).

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  6. Clearly one in her style!
    Fantastic shot. Great lighting, detail, colouring, subject.

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  7. Oooh, ooh, this is soooo exciting! Having someone try to imitate you is so much like flattery! ;-) Thanks so much.

    And I love it. The lighting and colours are beautiful, and the water just adds soooo much to it. I can't believe you have such lovely apples right in your backyard, and considering it's not in a studio, getting a macro dead sharp is pretty darned impressive! Very well done!

    And thanks so much for doing one of mine. I really do appreciate it.

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  8. AWESOME! This is a super photo and a very fitting tribute.

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  9. Gorgeous! I love the water drops and the rich, green color. Perfect imitation of our Kim!

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  10. Great pic and a fitting tribute.

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  11. Awesome shot, such lovely green shades and crystal clear water drops.

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  12. I tell ya, even that leaf looks tasty! Another great shot!

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