TPC: Close Up


This week Frank at Dutch Goes the Photo has come up with a great challenge: Close Up

…be on the lookout for anything and everything in the world around you that will look really great close-up, and might even make us wonder what it is…

I’ve not been able to get out much of late, so I’ve chosen a few closeups done through the years. Even one at the end, which people have tried to guess over the years but never succeeded.  🙂

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22 thoughts on “TPC: Close Up

  1. These are magnificent, thank you Kim. Missed you last week.
    I like the one of just before going over. Movement in a still shot – that is talented! ❤
    Not sure on the last one … something like a fossil? Or something under water? Or honey?
    OK anyway, that's what I've got for right now.
    Blessings your way and to your family too.

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    • Thanks so much for your comment. I’ve not been around much as my Mum’s health has taken a turn for the worst so I have been engaged with that. The last one is actually the top of an outdoor table — the dark part is a leg, and the stripes at the top, a reflection of lattice on the pergola where the table is located. Basically, there is NO way that anyone could guess it, but it’s interesting to see what people think. I love the creativity we all bring to the table. 🙂

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  2. Great close-ups. I can’t guess the last, but it does appear to be imprints of leaves?? Maybe?! But in what, I cannot tell. Chocolate pudding?! Probably not. I think I need some chocolate.
    Sorry to read at Steve’s page that your mother isn’t doing well. Sending good thoughts and vibes your way. -Amy

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    • Thanks Amy. My Mum has dementia, a horrible condition. The last one is actually the top of an outdoor table — the dark part is a leg, and the stripes at the top, a reflection of lattice on the pergola where the table is located. Basically, there is NO way that anyone could guess it, but it’s interesting to see what people think. I love the creativity we all bring to the table. 🙂

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    • Thanks Frank — the last one is actually the top of an outdoor table — the dark part is a leg, and the stripes at the top, a reflection of lattice on the pergola where the table is located. Basically, there is NO way that anyone could guess it, but it’s interesting to see what people think. I love the creativity we all bring to the table. 🙂

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  4. These are all so beautiful Kim. You’ve stumped me on the last one. It’s peaceful and kind of reminds me of a rain spattered glass. But I’m guessing that would be to easy. 😉 Or maybe even Ice that had leaves on it and they left their mark? 😉

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    • Thanks a lot Nikki. The last one is actually the top of an outdoor table — the dark part is a leg, and the stripes at the top, a reflection of lattice on the pergola where the table is located. Basically, there is NO way that anyone could guess it, but it’s interesting to see what people think. I love the creativity we all bring to the table. 🙂

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  5. I love how that sunflower picture is cut. That last one…..I’m going with fossilized amber that at one time had leaves resting on it (too far fetched), or perhaps it’s a dish of some sort with a leaf pattern. Whatever it is, it’s a great shot.

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    • Sunflowers are probably my favourite flower – so you’ll see a few in my posts, especially toward the end of the year when thousands of acres of them are flowering. The last one is actually the top of an outdoor table — the dark part is a leg, and the stripes at the top, a reflection of lattice on the pergola where the table is located. Basically, there is NO way that anyone could guess it, but it’s interesting to see what people think. I love the creativity we all bring to the table. 🙂

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      • There is field here that usually has sunflowers in it. I haven’t driven by it recently to see if that’s what they planted this year, but I hoping it is.
        A table top, very nice. I thought it looked like glass when I said a plate. Great shot to get people curious.

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