One of our backyard tulips after this afternoon’s rain. Black & white or color, what’s your favorite?
A rose in black and white, unexpected beauty. 1/400 sec @ f/5.0, ISO 800.
Flowers are a universal sign of hope. This Gerbera daisy is almost perfect. Canon G15, 1/250 sec @ f/7.1, ISO 400 in macro mode.
Canon 5D Mark II, 1/100 sec @ f/16.0, ISO 1600, 100mm macro lens, LED Ring Light.
Our Colorado Blue Columbine has a night visitor. The little spiders are everywhere tonight. Almost every bloom I looked at across the yard had the busy little spiders working away. Canon 5D Mark II 1/160 sec @ f/11, ISO 1600, two LED light panels.
Water droplets cling to this yellow pansy near the old Victorian era fountain at Norfolk Virginia’s St. Paul’s Church. iPhone 5s, Camera+ App
The little assassin bug nymph “Zelus” is stalking a tiny fly on this forsythia flower tonight. I went outside with my LED light panel and macro lens to look for an interesting macro photo to “fill my frame”. The wet forsythia seemed like a good place to start. I was amazed at the tiny insects… Continue reading Fill the Frame – Day 97 #CY365
I have a bunch of hyacinths planted near our front door. The smell provides a nice welcome home. Here I tried to capture the fine texture of the blooms with a little loose pollen in an attempt to invoke the wonderful feeling you get from the aroma. Canon 5D Mark II, 1/200 sec @ f/11.0,… Continue reading Aromatic – Day 84 #CY365
Calla lily. iPhone 5s, Olliclip macro lens, Camera+ App with an LED flashlight for added illumination.