very cool plants!
Excellent pictures Bob; the horsetails are a very ancient species of plants.
It's beautiful. Great photos.
Hi Bob!Lovely macro work and i realy love your new header.Have a nice evening/Ingemar
Aloha, Dear BobYour shots make me feel good more reliably than any drug:-)
How much beauty is there in nature - sometimes the macro lens brings it nearer to us than the plain eye...
I didn't use the macro, it was the 500mm lens, sorry Yael.
ja je verwacht wat anders.
Bob, great macros!
Bob, ich kenne diese Pflanze nicht.-aber tolle Aufnahmen.Einen schönen Abend wünscht DirIrmi
Mai visto una pianta così...carina e strana, le tue foto meravigliose come sempre! ciao Cri : )
Cheers Cri, you are so kind.
To co jest też ma sliczne zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam serdecznie.What is also a very pretty picture. Yours sincerely.
Thank you Giga.
BOB bonsoir on dirait des cigarettes je trouvec'est superbe et je découvre ces merveilles chez toi ce soirBravo et encore bravoPasse une belle soirée
Well that's different but very nice indeed.
Those are cool!
Lovely Picture!! Exciting plant!
Lovely to see Bob...
I love the texture and depth you can get with your photos. I will never look at this plant the same way again.
Great macro photos Bob!!Beautiful plant!Have a lovely week!Dimi..
No Macro, it is done by 500mm, sorry Dimi.
Wonderful images, Bob!
Que agradável surpresa! Não há aves...mas esta planta está super linda!!!
Another one of Natures intricate designs so beautifully photographed by you.
Bob good morning,What a beautiful header that is the first thing I want to say and then that beautiful macro photos!!This is enjoy again though Thank you!!grt,Anniehttp://anniezon.blogspot.nl/
A prehistoric plant Bob. Great to see it.
Beautiful pictures Bob, spring is really here now.Best regards, Irma
Certainly is here Irma.
Quite a change from your bird photography!But a pleasant one!Is it really a prehistoric plant?In Australia they have the Wollemi pine as such.Cheers Bob and enjoy your day!
I don't know if it is prehistoric!
Very interesting looking plants Bob!
great to see again a beautiful work from you Bob!!!!Spring is here-))))I wish you a nice dayloveChrista
Intersting plant, but I wonder why it's called Horsetail as it doesn't look a bit like a horses tail!! Ah well, it's a cool plant, and your photos are great!Enjoy your day.
I can see the naming
New to me. I haven't seen these kinds here.
Love those plants! Never seen them before.
What an interesting plant! And beautifully photographed, I might add. :)
Hey, you take great plant images! This one is so new to me!