I found these 2 dead leaves on one of the desks up at school. My friend was getting ready to toss them out, so I took them home. They looked just like a relief map I had at school....even down to the same colors! They are from a southern catalpa tree which is native to this part of Texas. They have some of the largest leaves of any tree here in the South. Happy Marcro Monday! Visit http://www.lisaschaos.com/ to see the rest of the entries.
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They look like you could use them for paper.ReplyDelete
Great detail on those macro shots...nice work. Looks like some of the homework I get sometimes:)ReplyDelete
Wonderful details in these macro images.ReplyDelete
Its so beautiful Blog.The landscape Arizona provide more beautiful than you may imagine. You can enjoy lovely sweeps of newly installed lawns and colorful plantings perfectly suited to frame your home.ReplyDelete
We have Catalpa trees here too and the leaves are so big! Nice pictures.ReplyDelete
Catalpa...they have extremely HUGE leaves, right?ReplyDelete
My macro photo is questionable...is it a TREE SERPENT?
Great set! They show amazing details and the colors and lighting are fantastic.ReplyDelete
Wow...look at that texture! Amazing captures, David.ReplyDelete
Beautiful, like the skin of an ancient animal. I love the structures!ReplyDelete
Isn't it wonderful how you can see echoes of other things in nature? Like the anatomy of lungs in a tree, or blood vessels in sand ripples and mini-waterways. Certainly your leaves do remind me of a relief map .. or is it the other way round?ReplyDelete