Playing with my Macro Lens

(Note:  All pictures may be enlarged by clicking on them once or twice.)

These pictures are from my archives, but crocus blossoms gave me a chance to play with my macro lens.

I don’t think any single picture is particularly special, but taken as a group they do give me a chance to enjoy the beauty of Spring.

Even the simplest of flowers have beautiful details.

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14 Responses to “Playing with my Macro Lens”

  1. MadSnapper Says:

    all the things we did not see before digital… that last one is awesome

  2. sylviakirk Says:

    Isn’t it wonderful to have toys!!! The last shot is indeed awesome, George!! Hope your week is going well!!

  3. rhiebert Says:

    Macro photography is a wonderful way to see beauty which one might miss otherwise. These are very pretty.

  4. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    I think i like the last one best, it even has that small shadow on it!!!

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  6. Linda G. Says:

    I am looking forward to seeing our crocuses once again!

  7. Linda Says:

    Your closing observation is so true. There’s nothing like macro photography to bring out those little details that would otherwise go unnoticed. These are beautiful.

  8. Karen Says:

    I love the photo of mount nebo sunset, brilliant photography. Looks like you are enjoying your new lense, the colours of this crocus are beautiful.

  9. ladyfi Says:

    Wow – utterly gorgeous!

  10. Natalia Maks Says:

    What lens do you use?

  11. Gardener on Sherlock Street Says:

    Bring on spring! I like using macro too. Perfect for those beautiful flowers.

  12. alskamom Says:

    Wow! What fantastic photos, George!!

  13. Sartenada Says:

    So beautiful photos – all of them. The last one is terrific.

  14. l'Angevine Says:

    super ces macros

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