Sunday, June 24, 2012

I Heart Macro - 06/24/2012

Taking a few moments to get in a quick, little post for I Heart Macro. 


The above eggs are on the underside of an asparagus fern leaf, if that gives you some idea of how tiny they are.  My camera had a very hard time focusing on them and I finally decided that this was the best shot I would be able to get.


Little dove feather in one of my potted plants.


And this is one of the tiniest mushrooms (or toadstools) I have ever seen!  They have been popping up in one of my potted plants.  I see them early morning and they don't last very long.  Not sure if it's their life span, or if they are very tasty and something is eating them.


I'm joining Lori Plyler of Studio Waterstone for "I Heart Macro" slash "I Heart Close Ups: Up Close Photography for Macro Makers and the Camerologically Challenged".

studio waterstone

Please click on the link above to view photos by other participants, or to join in the fun with your own macro photo.
 
Enjoy your week!

5 comments:

  1. Wow! Those are like "micro-macro!" (Could that be a real term?!) Anyway, love those closeups of tiny little things we wouldn't ordinarily even see! I feel like I've been given the gift to look into a special rare world today! Thank you!

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  2. such tender and lovely images.

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  3. Mom, I know I've told you this before, but you've seriously come so far with photography. These images are amazing, gorgeous and super creative.

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  4. I love your tiny things....they're all so fascinating!!

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