Redcliffe Pier

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

LITTLE THINGS IN THE FOREST

I took my Macro lens to the forest.
Dragon Fly

Moss on a log.

  A weed's seed pod.

lichen

Butterfly.

23 comments:

  1. Amazing detail. I really like the Dragon Fly.
    Have fun with your new lens :)
    ☼ Sunny

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  2. Amazing photo's, everything is so different.

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  3. Oh you are getting there with what you want to focus..clever with the macro lens.

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  4. You are clearly having a wonderful time with your new lens, Diane! It's such a privilege to see things in minute detail! The little dragonfly's eyes and smile are especially appealing! Really super pictures, and wonderful subjects you've chosen, here...I'm looking forward to seeing many more!!!

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  5. Looks like you are getting the hang of that new macro lens. Gorgeous pictures....

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  6. These are great macros. You're obviously learning how to use that new lens.

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  7. Getting steadier as you go. Great stuff.

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  8. Your beautiful photos are inspiring me to buy a macro lens I love the dragonfly!

    "Adelaide and Beyond"

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  9. Oh my gosh those are so beautiful Diane. You are incredibly talented and I'm glad you took your macro lens with you on your woodsy walk. Just wonderful; thanks for sharing your new toy with us!

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  10. my oh my..these are amazing! What little worlds there are out there..you did a fine job finding them..and who knows..with that lens, you may just find a garden fairie!!

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  11. Oooooooooooooh....now I REALLY have a serious case of macro lens envy! You take such gorgeous photos!

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  12. These photos make me really, really eager for our spring to arrive! Love the moss and seed pod..things I'd photograph!

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  13. Wonderful pictures, Diane!
    Amazing plants and insects.

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  14. It's really exciting to see what you're doing with the lens Diane.
    The lichen is stunning, and did you hold your breath while taking the butterfly? It's lovely, did you capture it in flight or had it landed?

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  15. I am rather ignorant about cameras, with just a basic digital!!!
    Love the results you get with your macro lens.
    Hugs,
    Jan

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  16. Hello Diane, are you enjoying using your new macro lens? Your photos are all beautiful. Great captures.

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  17. Nice Diane, having a camera on the hip opens eyes to the nuances of what is around I find, particularly the macro...

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  18. Not the easiest to catch a dragonfly in the picture images.You've fixed it real good. A little, a bit blur, but practice makes perfect!The lav and the butterfly is perfect
    Do you have photo tripod when taking macro photos?.
    Hugs
    Elisabeth

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  19. No I haven't used a tripod yet but I have one. Petit

    The butterfly had landed, Susa.

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