Miss Daisy’s Crown

“Think like a queen. A queen is not afraid to fail. Failure is another steppingstone to greatness ”  ~Oprah Winfrey

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12 Responses to Miss Daisy’s Crown

  1. ah ha…great quote! How do you get that milky smoothness??? I guess it’s the macro lens? I don’t have one. Was outside just now experimenting with my 50mm on flowers. Nothing as gorgeous as yours came out of it. 😦 Boo for me; yay for you!

    Love it!

    Do you get sick of hearing that? lol

  2. traceyclark says:

    this is amazing.

  3. elk says:

    oh I will think like that today …perfect bloom!

  4. Toni says:

    Absolutely gorgeous, Sue! Great quote, too.

  5. Julie McLeod says:

    Fabulous! I really like the position of the flower in the frame and as Heather mentioned, the milky smoothness. I’d be interested in knowing what lens you use for macros. (My experimenting with the 2 lens reverse macro makes me think I should consider a real macro lens in future…)

  6. Marcie says:

    Perfect title..and absolutely exquisite exceptional detail. Love this!!!

  7. Enigma3 says:


    You never fail to amaze. This perspective is very clever and perfectly executed.

  8. cara says:

    Stunning! Love the quote as well as the picture. Exquisite framing, focusing and processing.

  9. JRP says:

    Sue!!! This is just superb! Completely amazing looking. I love the angle it was shot – straight across the center like that.

  10. jeriamrine says:

    What an inspiring perspective!! Love it!!

  11. Bo says:

    Nice. A bed of yellow in a bed of white. Nicely titled, great quota.

  12. Anita says:

    No failure here! Lovely curves and diagonals centered by the yellow.

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