If you have looked at more than a few of these posts, you will know that I have a fascination with small objects; tree buds, bark, fruit still on the shrub, wildflowers in all seasons etc.
I guess that it was inevitable that I would want to try out a macro lens and I have rented one for a week.
It is called a macro lens because it provides a “large view” of a small object. In other words, it makes the micro, macro.
After a morning’s use at High Park, I am hooked although I will have to learn to hold the camera VERY steadily. I don’t know if I will ever graduate to photographing the hair on the leg of a fly but here are my first macro photos:
The camera also takes scenic photographs:
I brought along my usual lens for these images:
I thought you’d appreciate the majesty of this bird’s liftoff. 😊
ABC News on Twitter: “FLY FREE: A condor at the Zion National Park in Springdale, Utah, was released back into nature after being treated for lead poisoning. https://t.co/wy81caTgZh https://t.co/hHPRB6cmLJ” / Twitter
“Winter changes into stone the water of heaven and the heart of man.”
― Victor Hugo