Fargo, North Dakota.
This week, Amy asks us to share those small things that attract our attention (those of us who like to dabble in macro photography anyway). Her challenge is pretty ‘open-ended’ asking that we simply share our images that fit our own concept of “small is beautiful.” You can read her entire challenge post here. Over the last few years, I’ve dabbled in macro photography, especially since the purchase of a 16-300mm lens. With it almost fully extended, the images it creates are truly full-featured macro photography. In the opening photo, dew on a prairie grass gathers along a single spider web and around the plant.
“All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.”
On this day that was set aside to honor mothers, I realize that it has been almost 40 years since I have heard the voice of my own angel mother. Whether your mother is within arms reach, or within the arms of God, today is a day to thank her for what you have become today. Next month, it’s your old man’s turn (he said with a grin.) Continue reading
“A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” These words came from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. This week’s Cellpic Sunday features a single blossom captured in an unlikely place. As I was signing in at the gym, I noticed the single rose sitting in a glass of water. Continue reading
I don’t usually do equipment reviews, but I am allowed digressions. So I plan to do a lens review in the future. Continue reading