Monday, March 8, 2010

Cole Slaw - Macro Monday

Last week, my kids were making us a batch of cole slaw. (Thanks, guys!) At one point, I glanced over at the counter, and was so impressed that I asked them to stop for a second. Here's why:
 
 
 
Isn't that pretty? Feel free to click on either or both, if you'd like to enlarge them.

And do go to Lisa's Chaos, to check out more Macro photography, since it's Macro Monday! Happy Monday, everyone!

8 comments:

Kala said...

They ARE pretty, but I'm a macro love, and the detail of things fascinates me. Well done!

jay said...

Cut cabbages are so beautiful, and you got a great shot!

When I was studying for my 'O' level art exam, one of the other girls did a painting of a cut cabbage in watercolour. It was just so stunning I nearly lost heart. Luckily, my exhibition piece was woven, not painted, so I couldn't directly compare. LOL!

Colleen said...

Great job finding the beauty in ordinary things.

Kathy said...

Interesting choice. I like it!

Manang Kim said...

Very interesting. I haven't thought of it though. The intricately wave of crevices makes it more very stunning.

The petal

mitt vattenhål said...

very complex pattern in veggies, I did one myself this week without knowing (not cabbage though)
Lifes simple everydays mysterys

Christina, Sweden

http://fotoblogg2010.blogspot.com/2010/03/macro-monday.html

Tammie Lee said...

fun capture. Veggies are quite beautiful and yummy.

Andree said...

You are inspiring me to take a closet look at seemingly common items. We never truly see them, do we? Thank you! Great shots.