Floral Friday 1.18.13

We still do not know one thousandth of one percent of what nature has revealed to us.
  – Albert Einstein

 

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25 Responses to Floral Friday 1.18.13

  1. Ice sparkles like diamonds!
    Dazzling beauty, Arnel!

  2. Colline says:

    Haven’t quite figured out what this is. Ice?

  3. I adore your sense of beauty…and I offer my “hat’s off” to your photographic acumen… as well as a final thought… “Ditto” to what Ms. Kanavaki said… on both regards! ;-)

  4. SimplySage says:

    Simple and so beautiful!

  5. jmgoyder says:

    For some reason I can’t see the photos.

  6. longtooth77 says:

    the lens is kick ass, Arnel. The pics are just amazing. Can’t wait to see how the new head for the tripod helps make them even better :)

    • Thanks LT! I got them on Friday late in the day. Played with them yesterday. It’s going to take some practice I think. I’m not sure I chose the right head. I may be returning that, and getting something different. I also am thinking I need rails that move X and Y axis, though not sure on that yet. Will know more next week when I have more time to play with it.

  7. Leave it to Einstein to keep us humble!

    • Such an interesting and amazing man and life. Did you know he didn’t speak until he was four, and his parents thought he was mentally handicapped? Boggles the mind…

      • Wow. I did not know that. I guess genius is hard for us mortals to recognize.

      • One of the boys did a report on him at school, when he was in the third or fourth grade. He was struggling then, and it was such a thrill for him to realize that Einstein had a rough beginning. I believe he also had difficulties socially most of his life. Who wouldn’t, when you are that smart? Be hard to relate to most anyone when they aren’t quite on your plane. :-)

  8. Beautiful photos!! Reminds me of early mornings after the first snow of the season!!

  9. Madhu says:

    Totally in awe Arlene!

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