RDP- Macro If you've seen my photos, you know I love macro! Here are some examples. It was cool that this grasshopper was on the window and I could get some really neat angles.
The Photo a Week Challenge is "Raindrops". Raindrops just add something to a photo for some reason. The raindrops on these plants looked like jewels to me. They all just settled in the center of the plant. A raindrop in a Lantana flower, which is extremely tiny. Another example of some raindrops in Lantana flowers.... Continue Reading →
The Photo a Week Challenge is "Three of a Kind" this week. The requirement is three photos of the same subject but from different perspectives. I found something to fit that requirement. This iris had a friendly bee visiting. I started with a close-up shot and gradually got closer. Oh the joys of a macro... Continue Reading →
I got the idea to go up to the Will Rogers Gardens in Oklahoma City last weekend. I'd seen some irises growing in yards nearby and that reminded me of the magic in the gardens. It's been raining and severe storms had been plaguing us all last week and Saturday was suppose to be a... Continue Reading →
Nancy Merrill's Photo A Week- Depth of Field Another great topic from Nancy! Here are my submissions.
I really love Macro shots. You get to see so much more through a macro lens than you can with the naked eye. I look at the macro flower shots I've taken and it's like "Wow! I never knew it looked like that!" Or I see a critter on there that I wouldn't have seen... Continue Reading →
Here are some lovely roses that remind me of orange sherbet. Just a subtle little blush to the edges. They're so elegant!
I'm trying to get back into the swing of posting again. I've been lax in that all summer it seems. I think maybe I can get going again by posting some flower photos. I had the opportunity to capture some flowers at the local nursery this year and it was like opening a treasure chest!... Continue Reading →
Weekly Photo Challenge: Structure "This week, share with us the structure of something typically overlooked." I love macro photography. It gives me the opportunity to see something in a way that I'd never be able to otherwise. The structure of flowers & plants magnified always surprises me and one of my biggest surprises was the... Continue Reading →