Phoneography Challenge; Macro Under Water


Macro phoneography, getting up close and personal, getting an eyeful in your view finder. I sometimes feel like Sherlock Holmes when out in search of a photo in macro, phone held up close to my eye, and narrowing in on my subject. These stems in a clear glass vase seemed mysterious and beckoned me in for a closer view. So colorful and bright up top, but under water, only the shadow knows.

More macro photos can be found on the blog challenge Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge by Lens and Pens by Sally. 


About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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33 Responses to Phoneography Challenge; Macro Under Water

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  2. Suzanne says:

    That’s great. I love the blue colour.


  3. ChgoJohn says:

    This has an eerie quality to it, Angeline, like it’s from a 50’s horror flick. Perhaps it’s the home of the Creature from the Black Lagoon. Had it not been a macro shot, I doubt there’d be any mystery to it at all. Nicely done.


    • Angeline M says:

      Oh my gosh…the Creature from the Black Lagoon! I loved that, and it scared the daylights out of me. Yes, this would have been a good title for this post 🙂 Thanks!


  4. Amy says:

    I admire your keen observation. Great shot, Angeline!


  5. John says:

    Nice, Angeline!


  6. This looks mysterious…maybe there is a clue to solve a crime…just like Sherlock Holmes. Great post. 🙂


  7. Lovely underwater images. Despite being taken through a glass vase, the photo really looks like an underwater photo. Those blues are delightful.


  8. FireBonnet says:

    I love seeing all the air bubbles on the stems and at the surface. Like little gems decorating the depths. Nice job!


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  10. pattimoed says:

    Interesting effect! Jacques Cousteau-ish!!


  11. Angeline, so cool! You know I’d be doing the same thing. In fact, I was…only in a glass. 🙂



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  13. Wonderful–mysterious and is a good example of macro’s charm. Happy photo challenge.


  14. This is an AMAZING photo – I see a nude water nymph tangled in there…..


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