Alice Sundew is a carnivorous plant native to South Africa. It has sticky insect snagging tentacles.Shot with Canon 7D with canon EFS 60mm macro lens and 3 x Canon extension tubes.
Views: 516 Favs: 74 (April 2011)
plant, red, macro, abstract, bokeh, green, droplets, nature
Fantastic perspective! :O]
Hi Tracy, thank you so much & for the fav :))
– Sharon Johnstone
Oh how I love your work, you always make me go WOW!!!!!!
Hi Kymie, thank you so much sweetie and for the favorite :))
immediately thought of thousands of candles on a cake!! beautiful capture – so delicate…x
Hi Teacup, thank you so much :)) x
Fabulous image…..excellent work!!
Hi Lynda, thank you so much and for the fav :))
Hooley Dooley that’s AMAZING Sharon- once again- you’ve got the magic eye : )
Hi oddoutlet, thank you so much. Upclose, it’s such a pretty little plant. Thank you for the fav too :))
Delicious colour and bokeh. Beautiful.
Hi Lisa, thank you so much :))
Super shot Sharon!
Hi Colin, thank you so much and for the favorite :))
Wow..what an awesome macro…glad I’m not an insect! Wonderful work, Sharon!
Hi Lynne, it’s such a pretty little plant, but yes I’m I don’t think the insects would agree :)) thank you so much and for the fav :))
So beautifully captured and yep, a definite ‘wow’ and ‘awesome’ from me too.
Hi Kerryn, thank you so much :))
where bdo you find these little dudes sharon,SUPERB Macro.:~))
Hi Chloemay, I spotted this little plant at the garden centre a couple of months ago (next to the Venus Fly Trap plants!!) He now lives very happily on my kitchen windowsill :)) Thank you so much sweetie & for the fav :))