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Poinsettia Pin for Macro Friday

One week to go.  Are you feeling stressed.  We are visiting friends this evening for our annual preChristmas dinner.   It will be nice to just relax and unwind, have a laugh or two.   This will be the first Christmas that our dear friend Shirley will not be with us.   We will just drink a toast to her.

Poinsettia pin macro LRThis is my poinsettia pin that I wear on my coat at Christmas time.  I thought it fitting for a macro today.    I am joining Laura at Blogging from Bolivia for Macro Friday.   Have a wonderful weekend.   Valerie


Anonymous said…
Valerie - this is so pretty; the prefect little piece of Christmas bling. Lovely! Thanks for sharing.

Barbara said…
Beautiful macro and a lovely piece of jewellery.
Ashley Sisk said…
I love that vibrant shade of red. Beautiful.
Marydon said…
What a festive pin, Valerie ... lovely.

Have a beautiful winter's day ~
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon
I'm sorry for your loss. keeping her in your mind and heart will bring here to you this Christmas.

Have a good one.
Janice said…
A beautiful holiday pin...makes a great macro.
Anonymous said…
Beautiful macro. Love it.
Mrs Mar said…
Love the red, lovdly colors.
Evelyn S. said…
Definitely a good time for a shot of a poinsettia pin! It's beautiful...and a great macro!
Ray said…
Beautiful. Merry Christmas!
What a beautiful pin Val, I must have missed it on your coat.
Buckeroomama said…
This pin is so gorgeous... and just perfectly festive for the holidays!
What a beautiful pin. I love the details of it.
Hope you have a great week.
***Icy BC said…
This is beautiful, and happy holidays!
Beautiful. I love it Val and a great shot. Perfect!
Amy said…
What a gorgeous pin! You've captured it beautifully, the light and the sparkle are great.
That's a pretty pin, and a pretty photo! Enjoy the last few days of 2010!

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