Really beautiful work!!
Wow! Your first photo is sensational Pradeepa, the others are marvellous too.
Beautiful just beautiful. Interesting contrast with the newspaper with news of Afghanistan and beauty of the flower in a first shot:)
Very beautiful - great composition!
wow awesome shots...
Just oozing with sunshine!!! I love how you composed your photographs in this post.LIGHT OF MY LIFE is my Macro Monday LinkHope you can find time to stop in and give me a :::howdy::: Enjoy your week ahead!!!
I love the layout of the photos, and the lighting is gorgeous!
Great macro and love the processhttp://reesspace.blogspot.com/2011/07/your-sunday-best-my-beauty.html
Simply exquisite shots!beautiful texture, too.nicely done to you!have a great week ahead.betty
I like how you used your flower, it looks great with that background!
Wonderful flowers and pictures, i like them very much.warm greetings from Holland, Joop
I love your flower pictures! lgelke
Your photos are gorgeous, I love the use of the newsprint as a background.
The first picture is awesome. Well done!
What a great composition with flowers! :) Thanks for sharing with us at *PicStory* :) LG Tina
I definitely agree with Emerson! Such beautiful captures you have presented today!!! Love the uplifting yellow :)
wonderful presentations..the news print adds a special touch.. very nice
Oh so pretty! I especially love the first one!
What a gorgeous yellow, and I love the way you've composed these shots.Thank you (times two!!) for sharing these at The Creative Exchange.lisa.
Gorgeous flowers, so wonderfully presented!
Lovely flower.... i love the style...The flower looks even more beautiful against the B&W newspaper background... Wonderful shot...!!
so pretty, I think my favorite is you last frame!
Gorgeous photography and beautiful blog. Not sure if it's just me, but I'm unable to view your entire header on Windows 7 through Firefox...the word lens is cut off. Would love for you to link into artseebloggers.com We have a category for photographers. Artsee bloggers is a "directory of the creatively inclined"