lundi 4 mars 2013

De la verdure même en hiver...


Il y a bien sur nos conifères qui restent verts même l'hiver mais quoi d'autre? Si vous avez la chance de vous promener là où il y a des arbres, soit en forêt ou tout simplement le long d'une route de campagne bordée d'arbres comme je l'ai fait, vous y découvrirez peut-être de la verdure.

En effet, sur le tronc des arbres poussent souvent des mousses et des lichens. Ça n'a souvent l'air de rien comme ça mais quand on se rapproche grâce à la macrophotographie, c'est tout un monde!









Comme vous le savez, j'adore m'attarder aux petites choses, c'est vraiment plus fort que moi. Parfois je suis surprise du résultat.



Bonne semaine et ne désespérez pas, le printemps n'est pas loin...

26 commentaires:

  1. erg mooi dat bekertjes mos.
    mooie serie foto's.
    groetjes Herman.

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    1. Thank you very much Herman!
      Greetings,
      Louise

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  2. Toujours aussi subtiles tes macrophotos. Je profite bien de ton talent, merci.

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    1. Merci Denise, c'est si bien dit et gentil...

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  3. I love those minilandscapes ,nice shots ,Have a nice day ,Nette

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    1. Hello Nette,
      I realized that I had lost your blog in my blogroll; I don't know what happened! It is back now because I added it.
      Thank you for your nice comment & have a nice evening and week!
      Louise

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  4. Oui, il y a de la vie même en hiver et souvent on l'oublie! C,est une fort belle chronique Louise!

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  5. It starts to look like spring in your place :) Beautiful photos!

    About the owls: So great for you to see so many of them! This time I saw two, it is not so usual but they also come here when it is less food in the north.

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  6. Thank you Suzanne. Well, two is not that bad... Nature is really the same everywhere on the planet and I wish more people would understand this. Thanks for sharing this.

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  7. Nice serie of "mini-landscapes" with nr 1 and nr 5 as my favourites! Nice "fresh" background in the first one and a nice angle in the 5th one..well done :-)
    Rune

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    1. Thank you Rune, it's nice of you to give me some details in your choices because it helps me understand your point of view and what you noticed or appreciate.
      Greetings, Louise

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  8. Hello Louise
    What a lovely photo's, very great.
    Greetings Bets

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  9. Hi Louise what a beautiful macro photography blog you have made​​.
    Nice how you show the little world of mosses and lichens. It is amazing what
    you get to see in this way.
    Now the spring is coming I also will use macrophotography often again.
    Have a nice day and greetings from Holland.
    Natuurkieker Coby

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    1. Thank you Coby. We are starting to feel the spring too; temperatures are rising and the snow is starting to melt.
      Have a nice day too!
      Greetings, Louise

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  10. Hello Louise,

    what a wonderful blog full of mosses.
    The cup mosses are really beautiful.
    I've also photographed last Sunday
    meot but they still places. You also have pretty much seen lichens. Wonderful time that the macro again to come.
    Photo 1, 2 and 5, I think the most beautiful.

    Kind regards, Helma

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    1. Thank you Helma. When I take pictures of mosses nad lichens, I always think of you because I know how much you love them! :)
      Glad you like it!
      Kind regards, Louise

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  11. Très belle série d'images intéressantes!

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  12. Hello Louise,
    Very good shots of these mosses. It looks very special with all the glittering of the ice. Wonderful!!
    These mosses looks like the ears of the movie animation figure "Shrek",..hihi...!!

    Many greetings,
    Marco

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  13. Hallo Marco, thank your for your nice comments. You made me laugh with the "Shrek" reference, it's true they look like the ogre's ears!!!
    Greetings, Louise :)

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  14. Macro photography really does show off a whole other magical world. Your photographs are stunning, as always! I was surprised to see these mosses and lichens flourishing during the winter months. It is always a pleasure to view your beautifully detailed photographs, Louise!

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  15. Thank you Julie; these shots were taken on a tree trunk. :)

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  16. Och, fantastyczne grzyby :)
    Louise, u Ciebie też pada śnieg na wiosnę ?!

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  17. Hello Milka, thank you. Yes, today March 19, we had a lot of snow but the good news are that it will melt soon because temperatures will be over 0C'. ;)

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