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This is a fantastic shot, Jason. The compo, the artistic presentation and beautiful abstract feel... bravo, man!
28 Dec 2011 5:11am
@Rick: Thank you, Rick. I was really happy with how this shot turned out and am glad you like it. :-)
Fantastique cpatage, quel contraste et image superbe captage.
Bravo et belle journée
28 Dec 2011 7:35am
@Nicou: Merci beaucoup, Nicou!
Oh, great! This is a wonderful image, from the use of light, to the framing, to the choosing of the elements.
28 Dec 2011 7:50am
@Francisco Romero: Thank you very much, Francisco - I really appreciate that. :-)
28 Dec 2011 7:53am
@Isidro: Gracias Isidro.
Wow Jason, terrific macro and great composition
28 Dec 2011 8:42am
@Doug: Thank you very much, Doug.
Loving your discovery of the microscopic world
28 Dec 2011 9:17am
@CElliottUK: Thanks Chris. I've always enjoyed shooting high magnification shots with my bellows, but it's a very time consuming process. Glad you've enjoyed the results.
28 Dec 2011 9:33am
@DIMITRIOS: Thank you very much.
Good & unusual idea of macro, well photographied, they looks like precious stones.
28 Dec 2011 10:07am
@Evelyne Dubos: Thank you very much, Evelyne. I hope you're doing well.
Quite superb, a nice series Jason.
28 Dec 2011 10:24am
@Curly: Thank you very much, Curly.
Unbelievable.....Great Details.....Unique Idea.....
28 Dec 2011 10:32am
@Mandar: Thank you very much, Mandar.
28 Dec 2011 10:41am
@Nigel: Thank you, Nigel.
Marvellous. the peppercorn looks like how I would imagine the perfect metorite
28 Dec 2011 11:05am
@grouser: My thoughts exactly as I was looking through the viewfinder, Grouser. Thanks!
ha ha ... j'adore le titre !...
28 Dec 2011 11:17am
@tatar@y: Merci beaucoup, Raymonde.
wonderful ! i thought a chocolate ball of pepper ;) very abstract !
28 Dec 2011 11:50am
@Mariana M.: Ha - I can see that. ;-) Thank you very much, Mariana.
Like boulders floating in space, superb !!~
28 Dec 2011 3:58pm
@Phil David Morris 2011: My first thought when seeing the peppercorn through the viewfinder was how much it looked like a meteorite or asteroid, so I can certainly see the analogy. Thanks Phil!
So beautiful, happy new year!
28 Dec 2011 4:38pm
@Roland Theys: Thank you, Roland!
A beatuiful picture, It took me some time to realize what it was in front of your lens. Perfect and interresting macro.
28 Dec 2011 6:13pm
@Jocke: Thank you very much, Jocke.
Fantastic close-up and lighting, nice composition and reflection as well!
28 Dec 2011 8:56pm
@RBL: Thank you, Ruthie.
Just wonderful Jason. I am in a big grin. Wordless.
28 Dec 2011 10:11pm
@Twojays: Thank you very much, Joyce. Glad you like it. :-)
The peppercorn seems like a boulder. Another superb macro.
28 Dec 2011 10:21pm
@Steve Rice: It does, doesn't it? Thank you very much, Steve.
Wow! This is amazing. The pepper is so big! Great image!
28 Dec 2011 10:26pm
@Elaine Hancock: Thank you very much, Elaine - yep, it's pretty big compared to a grain of salt. :-))
Wow! What a difference in size between the two spices! Beautiful magnification to show such great detail. I like the few semi-circular forms of salt spotted here.
28 Dec 2011 11:58pm
@Steven: Thank you very much, Steven.
the mighty intruder ... the peppercorn looks like the death star almost ...
(what a creative mind hides there in arkansas ... ;-))
30 Dec 2011 4:12pm
...It's interesting that salt is cube-like in shape...something I'd not considered before. Another excellent shot...love the salt reflections.
19 Feb 2012 4:54am
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