Macro. Really seeing by coming in close. These are a couple of dry leaves from a succulent that fell into a plate next to it that hold some coral and rocks I brought back from recent explorations. These are the kinds of findings that I walk past, my eyes drawn immediately to the need to look a little more closely.
Photo taken with an iPhone 6Plus, Camera+, and edited in the app, Mextures.
Please visit today’s post by the challenge coordinator, Lens and Pens by Sally for a lovely macro and words to reflect upon.
I always like wrinkly things. Good capture.
You made me smile, Carol. Thanks!
It’s so interesting to see the photo first and then read what comprised it. Fun!
We should have a contest on a future macro post with no disclosure of what photo is, and have everyone guess. That would be even more fun 🙂
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you have a wonderful combination with your words and elegance images…
Thank you so much, Mihran.
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Angeline, your capture has many interpretations and that’s what draws me into its abstraction and design. Happy Photo Challenge.
The very kind of scene that I love to capture and then ponder on what I’ve seen. Thanks, Sally.