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24 Comments on “Ukulele”

  1. Jim says:

    I can almost hear it, Pat.
    Good shot.

  2. TexWisGirl says:

    what a great macro shot!

  3. What a cool photo. I love the detail on the string. I have a macro linkup if you’d like to link it up there as well.

  4. Linda Kay says:

    Pat, we had a neighbor who was in a band of folks who played ukuleles. They played once for a luau I attended.

  5. Millie says:

    Excellent shot, love the composition of this!

  6. Hootin' Anni says:

    Wow…fantastic. Is that inlaid puka shell?

  7. geanina says:

    Very nice details!

  8. This is wonderful Pat. A very good friend of mine started out playing the uke, when he was a small child, he went on to become and accomplished guitarist and artisan luthier! Thanks so much for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro ♥

  9. It’s gorgeous! I love the embellishments around the opening. Looks like mother of pearl.

  10. Mother Hen says:

    This is cool..Pat!

  11. Chandra says:

    May I please say, “Very Creative”?
    Well done, Pat!
    Have a Beautiful Day!!
    Peace 🙂

  12. Brian King says:

    Very nice!

  13. ladyfi says:

    Such a pretty shot.

  14. Margaret says:

    George Formby was a talented Ukulele player and you are a talented macro photography lady.

  15. Bob Bushell says:

    Oh yes, beautiful stringed instrument, fantastic image.

  16. Gattina says:

    Very creative macro shot !

  17. Attila says:

    Great cutout! The instrument is made from very pretty wood

  18. Birgitta says:

    Love that! What a great photo!

  19. Hannah says:

    Beautiful details, I like the sheen on the strings and the little reflection on the 3rd of the blue-green iridescent shell decorative strip.

  20. Teresa says:

    Great shot. The wood grain is awfully pretty.

  21. a beautiful detail o the ukulele. 🙂

  22. JM says:

    Great cropping!

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