I have been having fun using my macro lens to photograph a variety of sticks. The colours, the shapes and the unique twists in the sticks I found is amazing.
Taking a close look at things has become a passion. It is easy to overlook the individual branch when looking at the beauty of a tree. I invite you to look closer.
Pretty in Pink
Hairy bud and snow
I'm Likin' the Lichen
Lets twist again, Like we did last summer.
My hairy bud
Red and white
It snowed. The kind of snow that drifts and swirls. Tiny flakes soon accumulated making a blanket of white several inches deep. I took a few photos with my macro lens. Looking over the shots, I found I had taken photos of a minature forest. Some of the crystals twinkled like stars in a soft mist that almost hid the trees.
The Crystal Forest
I really enjoy viewing the miniature world.
- Think Snow (frenchtwistedwoman.com)
- Snow Ropes (sungypsy.wordpress.com)
Walking with the dog today, we were in the fields at Sibbald Point Park. Sidney found some burrs. After pulling them off her coat, I had a chance to take a few photos with my Macro lens.
Can a burr look soft?
I love the little hooks on the spikes
Using a macro lens, gives me a closer look at why a burr sticks to everything.
I was careful so nothing stuck to me.
The other day we had a little bit of snow in the morning, it soon cleared and the snow melted leaving drops on some bushes in my front yard. I grabbed my camera and took a few photos with the Macro lens. More practice.
What do you think of black and white?
- more macros (rebeccainthewoods.wordpress.com)
- Omid Golzar Macro Photography (morfis.wordpress.com)
I have a new Nikon Macro lens and have been taking random photos all over the house.
I need feedback. I need pointers and tips. feel free to tell me what could be done better.
I value your expert advice.
Here I am playing with the bubbles and my new lens. I tried to keep it out of the water. I love the rainbow colours.