Warning! Sensory Overload Inside!

Maybe not. But these are close, aren’t they? Plus I don’t want to cause any harm by overloading your senses now, do I? Popping a macro lens on your camera sort of opens a third eye. You see things. Not necessarily new things. But you do. It’s like finding an old shoe box filled with goodies stuffed away in the attic. It’s always been there, but you never noticed. That’s macro.

And what better subject than Nature to receive your macro attention. After all, no one mixes colors better than her.

Enjoy! Drop me a note if you like.

Colors_resized
100mm f/8 at 1/100 ISO100

Spikes_resized
100mm f/8 at 1/100 ISO100

The Screamers
Am I the only one, or do these flowers look like Fido Dido screaming?
100mm f/4 at 1/250 ISO100

Colors 2 resized
100mm f/4 at 1/1000 ISO100

Plant
100mm f/5.6 at 1/125 ISO400

Bonus: Hide and Seek? Hide and Seek
I know the butterflies are not sharp. But heaven knows I tried!
100mm f/5.6 at 1/2000 ISO250

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