These photos were with a macro-lens.

Posted by Gerry Vrbensky on Sat, 06/13/20 18:43
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Comments by Gerry Vrbensky on Sat, 06/13/20 18:44

Comments by Gerry Vrbensky on Sat, 06/13/20 18:44

Comments by Gerry Vrbensky on Sat, 06/13/20 18:45

Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Sat, 06/13/20 19:28

All nice, Gerry. My favorite is the lady slipper. Good sharpness and the background is fine except I would have prefer a 'cleaner' background. I like the last one too. Shubie park?;-)

Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Sat, 06/13/20 20:37

The macro lens reveals a world to us that most of us humans cannot see with just our naked eyes. The lowly dandelion takes on a status far from its rather mundane day to day vision on our lawns. what is the second flower that appears almost candy like in appearance? A great series of macro images Gerry.

Comments by Gerry Vrbensky on Sun, 06/14/20 09:05

Thanks for the comments.

Sandi these flowers were just 5 minute walk from our apartment but not at Shubie. A cleaner background is nice unfortunately this was the best
angle I could get considering the damp ground and the heavy brush I was laying in.

Jan the flower is from a pine tree, I took this photo from my patio this morning with my regular lens and as you can see there are quite a

The dandelion grabbed my attention from the unusual crown at the top. It's like a shell that hadn't fallen off yet.

Comments by S Roter on Mon, 06/15/20 14:58

I love macro too. All images are top shelf Gerry. My preferred one
is the OP, what Sandi called a Lady Slipper with a few fixes. I would
have cloned the white spots especially the TRC.