I definitely see the heart, great find.
that´s a great shot. You had good eyesight that day. First shot is totally gorgeous. :)
I see too! Beautiful.
I love the heart but the tangle really appeals.
Wonderfully creative...that second shot reminds me of all the wires underneat my desk!
I saw the heart first thing - wonderful shot! I love grape vines - have a wreath my dad made for me years ago from his grape vines and I cherish it! Great photos!
A piece of art, a gift from Mother Nature.
Great captures, very artistic.
Excellent and creative macro shots! The first is my favorite.
Very cool shots, and yes I see the heart;)
No....not just Valentine's on your brain?!! I see the heart also. In fact, I could see it before I got here --from the Macro link you left at the M M hub.My Monday post is: SPRINGTIME in South TEXAS Do hope you can find a little time to stop by with a 'howdy'!!!
Beautiful macro subject, love the shapes. I wonder how the top image would look in portrait orientation. This branch in the right top seems to be a bit distracting...
Yes I can see the heart - well done - interesting shot - Jane UK
Very cool...I can see it!
wow this is a very cool shot!mine is up herehttp://myphotomeme.com/2012/02/06/confused-lilac/
oh yes, i see it! i love grapevine tendrils - they are always spelling out different things to me - lovely capture, and perfect for valentine's day :)
Lovely picture where you see the beautiful heart. Great job!Have a nice week to you.
Yes, I can see the heart :)Beautiful macro photos.Regards and best wishes
Oh my!! These images are simply BRILLIANT!!! I LOVE them!! Beautiful macros!!
Wow! Love both these shots but the one with the heart is truly wonderful.
What a great capture-- and wonderful depth of field!
I see the heart. Very nice shot!
Fantastic details of this twisting vine.
I love that first shot!
Me, too! I see the heart. I love tendrils but so far have been unsuccessful in photographing any.
I took photos of my wisteria a few days ago but did not post because I didn't have a good depth of field. It was too dark and dreary to set the camera right.
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