Monthly Archives: May 2015

In Awe of the Forest

And now for something completely different!  While macro photography is the intended focus (pardon the pun) of this website, it won’t be the only type of photography I will post.  I think of this blog as “Details in Nature, Mostly.” … Continue reading

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Bottoms Up

Sometimes, in fact many times, the bottom or underside of a flower is just as pretty as the top.  I certainly think this is the case with this beautifully colored Chinese Lantern (Abutilon).  My friend Jim and I went to … Continue reading

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Darned dandy dandelion!

I’ve always loved the delicacy and beauty of dandelion seed heads, when they are perfectly round with little seeds.  As kids, my sister and I loved to blow them into the wind.  I’ve taken many pictures of those perfectly round … Continue reading

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Back after a long absence

It has been quite a while since I last posted.  I had long contemplated starting a blog on my passion for macro photography, so I could share photos with my friends, and I finally did, in August of 2013.  I … Continue reading

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