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Nature’s Collection
Photographs from around the world and free computer backgrounds. Select a photo collection from above.

Foxglove stalk full of bell-shaped blooms

Foxglove
about a week ago, my finger got pinched and created a tiny blood blister. now it's coming off and i decided to photograph the remains using a very tiny lens. this photo captures an an area about .057 inches wide (about the thickness of a DVD) and is of the outer regions of the blister where the dark dried blood meets the surrounding tough dried skin (whitish areas).

Post Pinch
My friend and master gardener was showing me the sites and we came across her favorite of all trees, the chionanthus virginicus, or fringe tree. In late spring it blooms with drooping clusters of white flowers. I now understand her passion for the tree as is had a very soft friendly appearance with a lovely scent from it's quantity of blooms.

Fringe Tree in Bloom
peeking up under the nodding flowers of imperial fritillaria stalks (lutea maxima)

Fritillaria 2
looks like these two males are chatting about their upcoming fish lunch (Aleutian Islands)

Bear Talk
a lovely and unique treasure discovered while roaming the hawaiian rainforest

Purple Orchid Fairies
just as you are wondering how we captured such a fantastic shot of a distant mountain at the same time as a network of caverns below it, the truth behind this photo is even more fantastic. this is really a closeup shot of a rose thorn broken off it's stem. the lower 2/3 of the photo is the inside part of the thorn where it used to be attached. the 'landscape' at top is the outer surface of the thorn that happened to have a bump shaped like a mountain (measuring 0.014 inches wide which is about the thickness of a playing card). to hold it steady during photography, we have the sharp point stuck into a piece of blue plastic which created our sky and blue reflections on the distant 'mountains'. the underground 'diamonds' are white crystal-looking cells that reflected our lighting like little mirrors.

Diamond Mine
this is a shot of the massive amounts of water going over Niagara Falls (Canadian side).

Waterfall Crest 2
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