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Second day of not having flowers in the macro month, I guess I see what I see.
Hubby was doing some repairs on the car and he took the spare wheel out and put it on the grass and just in the centre was a dandelion popping up thought the middle, I thougt it was rather cool. 90 mm macro lens
Carnation, love them, such lovely colours, this has been budding for a few days now and there are a few other buds around it, so I am sure there will be more photos of this carnation in the future.
We have dandelions all over our garden, so it goes without saying that one of these days I would tale a photo of one, but to get a different angle is the key. We have a huge hole in our garden, that one day will be a pond, so I went in and took this photo from a low angle, without having to lie down on the ground. The sky was grey and boring, but I like the slight high key look.
This tree is so cool, it looses it’s bark and it curls over like paper and I like the look of it.
1/40 sec, f/10, Iso 320, 90mm macro lens
We all love our doggies, even more so when they are special like Nilo here, she is a rescue dog, but not from a rescue centre but from a rubbish bin, you know, one of those large container bins there is no chance she could jump or climb out of. We went to dump our rubbish one Sunday, I lifted up the lid and there she was, looking up at me with the most amazing eyes. We grabbed her and put her one the ground, expecting her to run off away from us, but she just cowered on the ground. I didn’t want another dog, after all, the week before we had just lost our beloved Chewie and I wasn’t ready to get emotionally envolved with another dog. But hubby said, lets take her. So here she is, in her favourite place, 4 months after rescue day, in the hammock chair. The photo of her in the chair was taken iwht a cell phone, the close up of the feet are the macro photos of the day.
Something different for today, rather than in the garden, I choose to photograph these wrinkly tomatoes and pepper, the light was not good and I wanted to use a higher shutter speed so I upped the iso for this one.
1/400 sec, ISO 1250, f/8, 90 mm macro lens