Friday, January 29, 2010

microbursts

For those who are tired of the snow, maybe this will be a nice change of pace. How about these fun little florets from Mrs. C's daisies? This one especially good to click on the image and supersize it!!

15 comments:

donsands said...
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donsands said...

Man can't make one of those bro. Nor could an accident. Nice flower and colors.

Have a happy weekend Crav.

Ornery's Wife said...

Ah, lovely--just lovely. I just love daisies. Daisies are such friendly flowers. :) Thanks for the break from the snow. We've sure had a bit of it here today!
tm

imac said...

Thankyou my friend, a flower and no snow.

Shammickite said...

Much better than pics of more ice and snow.
-20C here this morning.

Craver Vii said...

True Sandman, but suppose a man could, (and we may give credit where credit is due) highest praise should go to the one who created that man in the first place. Sandman, I am grateful to the Lord for drawing you and sanctifying you for his good pleasure. Have you heard the joke about a scientist who tried to make a person?

Oh TM, I'm afraid that break from snow might be short-lived. I am looking for snowflake pictures, and it probably won't be too long before I have something to show.

Are you kidding me, Imac? England has lots of cold and damp weather. What good is enduring the cold without enjoying the reward of capping things off with a nice snow blanket?

Someone get Shammy a mug of hot cocoa, STAT! How do you like it, my friend? With, or without marshmallows?

Craver Vii said...

Okay, so there's this presumptious scientist guy, and he tells God that we don't need the almighty any more.

This man says he can create a human being from scratch, completely on his own, without any assistance at all from God.

God, abounding in mercy, does not strike him down, but simply says, "Oh?"

"Yes," says this scientist. "First you take some dirt..."

"Wait," says God. "Get your own dirt."

donsands said...

Thanks bro. Good joke! Have a good and godly Lord's Day.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

That is a terrific shot Craver. This weekend I went out to get pictures of bugs and came back with pictures of wild flowers. LOL!!

Leeloo said...

O my, Craver, what an awesome shot!!! So sharp, I love it! It's so nice to see a photo of a flower, spring really isn't that far away :)

mommanator said...

very nice!

nAncY said...

nice crisp focus

Craver Vii said...

I'm not sure if I told it right, Sandman, but I think you get the gist.

I'll admit that I was very distracted Sunday. There was a lot on my mind, and I felt more like a spectator than a participant. Shame on me!

Thank you Joan! I look forward to seeing anything you photograph. The comment exchanges at your blog are also a treat.

I was happy with how sharp this one came out Leeloo, thanks! I am tempted to try another camera to see if I could do better on a regular basis, but it is not time for a new camera just yet.

Well, thank you, Mommanator! I know this is waaaaay off the beaten path, but I saw Terminator/Salvation twice this weekend.

Thank you Nancy. I try. The next post will not be as sharp, but I hope you like it anyway.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Craver: I sure hope you bought her the daisies.

lime said...

isn't it amazing the miniature details in creation?