6.03.2014

Wordless Wednesday - Starfish!

By Mary Denman

Welcome back for Wordless Wednesday!

This lovely starfish decided to come up for a quick photo shoot before heading back into deeper water while we were on vacation recently.

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Mary Denman Photography of the top of a lovely starfish

Mary Denman Photography of the underside of the starfish

Mary Denman Photography of my tallest child letting the starfish walk on him


25 comments:

  1. Awesome shots, love when we find a beautiful starfish. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. We don't get to the beach but once or twice a year, so we were excited to find one. His name is Fred...

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  3. Wow! These are great photos. Thanks for stopping by.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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    1. You too Joyce! Loved your dogs reaction!

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  4. I have not ever held a star fish, I think they are the coolest little creatures. We had a brindle star fish in an aquarium at one time. They loved to eat brine shrimp!!!
    Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks for dropping by Karren! The starfish kind of tickles when it starts moving! You can see in the picture with my son how it moves.

      Have a great day!

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    1. Thanks Judy! It was so good to see you at Blue Ridge! We'll have to get there early and I'll go do a nature shoot with you! Did you get the bluebirds by the pond? They were feeding the whole time I was doing head shots. So, I wouldn't move when the daddy came to feed them so as not to scare him off! There was another nest of a different bird under the eves. I should figure out what it was. Have a great day!

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  6. That's so cool! There's so much in nature to photograph.

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    1. I love that the water was so clear that morning! Usually, it's a bit cloudy from the shells and and what not. :) I agree, nature is my inspiration!

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  7. Very cool! I have never seen one move!

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  8. Awww as always nice photos & will be reading those tutorials again. New knowledge for me yey! #WW

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  9. Love the photos I have never seen a starfish in the flesh before let alone hold one...awesome!

    Have a startatic week ;-)

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  10. Great photos of a beautiful creature! Happy Wordless Wednesday! :)

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  11. Few things make me happier than coming across a starfish on the beach!

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  12. Makes me want to go to the beach! Great photos. :)

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  13. That pretty pictures, I like this beautiful starfish!

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  14. The level of detail is amazing.

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  15. Splendid starfish! And wow, I wish Delaware's water was that clear. I don't go in farther than my toes because not being able to see what critters are close freaks me out.

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  16. They are beautiful. I've never seen one alive though

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  17. That's amazing that you were able to hold the starfish, I've always thought they were so beautiful! Never held one or got so close to one before. Thanks for the pary and great photos. Now following on G+. :)

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  18. What great shots! I love starfish!
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    Traci

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