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June 14, 2007

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eb

wow - Stephanie - this is an amazing and wonderful post - so love those images - I could spend hours studying the intricacies - also love the Buddhist view - and... Boone at age 11 will be in a digital camera camp this summer - will be fun to see what happens there.

I added an extra link - the Stampinton creative blogging issue promo - c'mon back if you like

xox - eb.

Kate I

Stephanie this is such a great post. I love your photographs and the beautiful detail. You've captured the essence of meditative focus.

Cat

Oh yes, details details! I love looking at the details - like the veins on a leaf or the petals dotted with pollen on a flower...

I will have to try some photos too - if I can hold the camera still enough!

Great post Stephanie.

Dawn

I love macro shots! I have been experimenting with that myself lately. I joined a flickr group called secret life of flowers and the shots are all done in macro to discover things about plants you don't normally see with the naked eye. I appreciate photos that haven't been touched up more so than those that have been manipulated. Thank you for sharing the background into on this particular type of photography. Great info!

risa

i love this! i may try it myself...

Mizsmoochielips

That is so fascinating... I know my youngest takes fabulous pictures when she has to be the picture-taker! I love the parsley picture.

Lisa Oceandreamer

This is a fantastic post and really gives new meaning to taking photos. I have a new camera I am still getting used to and one of my goals is the macro photo. (I want to get the macro lens for it). After reading this taking photos will have a much more zen experience to it.
One thing I have NOT mastered is Photoshop - now that's a class I could use. But in the meantime I will keep in mind the natural composition and see with a better eye now.
Thanks for sharing this!!
XOXO

Holly

What a great post and beautiful photographs! I really like your site and your fabulous oilcloth creations. Thanks for stopping by Sweetheartville!

susanna

I hadn't heard of Miksang before reading your post. It's an interesting concept - the idea that focusing on the small physical details in life can lead to a more compassionate society. It makes sense given that it requires focus, study and meditation. I'm going to give Miksang a try this weekend. :)

rochambeau

If you have Miksang, you will never be board. Thank you for your beautiful photographs and works Stephanie!

carolyn

Fascinating stuff off to check out the link now.

eb

something that I would like for you to see - xox - eb.

eb

you are so sweet - thank you -

xox - eb.

Jill

You have inspired me once again! I gave this a try...come see!

naturegirl

I love taking macro images I get very intimate with nature in doing so I never knew that there was an ~art called Miksang~! Is that like ~I am a poet and don't know it~ Thanks for enlightening me! Love your images!hugs NG

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