Indian beads - the last shot in my recent macro practice

This album is called 'the last shot!' and as it's my fifth album, I don't use it much. But today I've already, and unusually, posted 4 shots - so I thought I'd post a shot in this album too.

I'm practising with my macro lens and welcome any helpful critique.
Interesting colours and textures.
posted January 5th, 2015  
Great micro . I wonder how they can made this. The red-withe one is enamel I suppose . I`ve done it long ago but no balls. Looks very difficult to do to me Ina still have some of it.
posted January 5th, 2015  
LOVE these Hazel
posted January 5th, 2015  
@pyrrhula

Ferry, some beads are metal, some plastic, others wood.
posted January 5th, 2015  
Beautiful colours and textures
posted January 5th, 2015  
bep
Love them!
posted January 5th, 2015  
@quietpurplehaze The red one did looks like : Email cloisonné .
posted January 5th, 2015  
@pyrrhula

Yes, think you are right. These beads are getting a bit worn but I still love wearing the necklace.
posted January 5th, 2015  
Beautiful beads and love that the main focus is on the red and white one, it really makes it jump out.
posted January 5th, 2015  
Lovely macro of some lovely beads!
posted January 5th, 2015  
Lovely subject! Interesting sharp and soft focus
posted January 5th, 2015  
nice macro Hazel
posted January 5th, 2015  
Nice macro and interesting bits !!
posted January 5th, 2015  
Lovely focus on the red bead and a super shot
posted January 6th, 2015  
Wonderful picture.
posted January 6th, 2015  
fab capture with your macro lens!! you're getting the hang of this :)
posted January 6th, 2015  
@nicoleterheide

Nicole, thank you!! The manual focus is still a problem but I'm not giving up!
posted January 6th, 2015  
Very nice beads.
posted January 19th, 2015  
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