Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Macro on Molokai

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This Coleus plant, upon closer inspection, has reminders of islands and atolls, and tributaries flowing through the leaves. One leaf folded back gracefully to allow entry within to find the secrets that are said to be held on the island of Molokai.

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Treasures from the ocean, washed up on shore; grapes from the gods of the deep?

iPhone 6Plus, edited in filters from Camera+ and PicMonkey, and the second photo edit in a new app I’ve found rather fun, Prisma.

Have a visit over at Lens and Pens by Sally for more macro photography

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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13 Responses to Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Macro on Molokai

  1. eduardolibby says:

    I love the Coleus picture! The compression of planes one gets with the iPhone did wonders

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  2. ChgoJohn says:

    Stunning captures, Angeline, I’ve a new-found respect for the coleus that border my front walkway,

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  3. Ow I love your macro .. brilliant colours! 😄

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  4. Angeline, I love the colors in that first shot. It’s like a beautiful abstract painting.

    janet

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  6. Angeline your image of the coleus is an abstraction of nature, and yet a seeming commentary on life in its beginnings. The close up gives us much to contemplate. Lovely… Happy Photo Challenge.

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  7. Su Leslie says:

    Lovely. Hope you’re having a great time.

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