Is it Spring or does this ranch has a way to surprise me every time I go?
This is a macro of a flower. I shot this on my recent trip to the ranch where my aunt refills our water supply.
I shot this with my aunt’s ILC camera which, despite its lower megapixel, is a way better camera than the one I brought with me to China.
To be honest, I haven’t taken any macro pictures since that tassel photo from about a month back. This is one of the first macros I’ve taken since I arrived in China.
I took this picture today as I was getting my graduation gown ready for my graduation tomorrow.
I have been searching for a macro photo for days since I haven’t had a chance to take a macro this week.
I will admit, this is not the prettiest picture I have ever taken but it does fit this week’s topic of Broadening Your Scope.
This is a photo of a blackberry bush leaf in the fall.
I don’t think I have ever seen the mint plant in the backyard flower before
I found these flowers outside of my school’s student service building late September.
This is a rose bud I found on my walk around the park last week.
This is a macro photo (because it said macro setting on my camera) of some wild fruit I took when I went on my hiking expedition in Ogden Canyon.
I don’t really have anything to say about this photo other than I took it yesterday when I went up Adam’s Canyon for the third time and possibly the last time and yellow is one of my favorite colors. It reminds me of sunshine.
So I tried to bake a cake earlier this week. It was failure but at least it was edible.
For this week’s theme, Inanimate Object, I decided to photograph one of my most important possessions. Are they just the cutest things?
Here is a shot of the cherry tomatoes in the garden.
Some time ago, I posted a black and white version of this picture and I got some comments that a few people want to see the color version of the picture.
Here is a plate of freshly picked blackberries shot under macro settings and then tweaked using the Pixlr app.
I took this picture early June and I didn’t get the chance to share it until now.
Here is one of my favorite macro photo I’ve recently taken.
I am joining the challenge: Macro Moments, hosted by Susan at Musin’ with Susan.