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Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Phillip Ino, Sep 18, 2008.
Love the daisy Francis, when you starting to think about things at a macro level there's a certain beauty in many everday objects.
Thanks for sharing.
Right you are, Robert! I am liking macro more and more :smile. Thanks!
good stuff Phillip. I think soon we are all gonna have to find inanimate subjects to focus on. At least in this hemisphere.
The rose shoot is great!!
Good images and thanks for posting. With the rain around here, I was getting lazy and did not know what to take pictures of.
To true. Thanks, Glenn :smile:
Thank you for looking and commenting. I wish we had the same problem with rain here. :smile:
Nice stuff! #1 and #3 really got my attention!
Thanks a lot, Harry :smile:
awesome stuff Francis
love the daisy as well
Thanks, Frank :biggrin:
I guess I have average taste: I like the daisy. :smile:
What's an Hawaiian kona?
Average can be good sometimes, Frank. Kona is a coffee that grows on the Hawaiian Island of Kona. Really tasty stuff. Thanks, Frank :smile:
Good work Francis. As we slowly begin to enter into less ideal shooting time, we have to be creative with our subjects! I remember last February or so doing a macro study of my daughter's polished rock collection (really!)...
Thanks, Rich. I am starting to look at objects a lot differently now :biggrin:
The daisy looks like my avatar! LOL!
Just FYI Kona coffee grows on the big island of Hawaii. There is no Hawaiian island of Kona...
Sorry guys, I meant to say on the Hawaiian Islands in Kona. Thanks for bringing that to my attention, Rich! :smile:
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