Depth of Field

Nancy Merrill's Photo A Week- Depth of Field Another great topic from Nancy! Here are my submissions.


A Bit of Macro

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 →

Flower Ecstasy

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 →

WPC- Structure

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 →

Macro Moments- #35

I got the opportunity to go to the local nursery the other day. Of course, all the flowers were in bloom and it was like the Garden of Eden. I didn't have my camera with me, although I took a few iPhone pics while I was there. It's only like 10 miles from where I... Continue Reading →

Macro Moments part 2

Macro Moments Challenge 34 I'm doing two submissions for the Macro Moments Challenge this time. The other one is at Macro Moments- 3/15/17 Again, this flower is called Lantana. The clusters are very small; maybe 1/2 inch in diameter. The second photo is just for reference of the size. The first photo shows one of the... Continue Reading →

Macro Moments- 3/15/17

Macro Moments- 3/15/17 This flower is called Lantana. It comes in different colors, and I think it's really pretty. The clusters are about the diameter of the tip of my finger, so very small. The second picture is just for reference of that.  That's a raindrop in the center of the flower.

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