Tag Archives: macro
Squash blossoms in the Guadalajara mercado/marketplace, waiting to be used in cooking a sensual mexican recipe. Squash blossom quesadillas with squash blossom soup anyone? Visit Sally D’s blog for entries on macro mobile photography, today’s challenge. Advertisements
Looking at the back of this rose on my kitchen counter brought a moment of inspiration as I washed some dishes. The beauty from my garden has my back. Today is macro Monday on Sally’s blog on mobile photography; you … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Art made abstract in macro portions. iPhone 6Plus used in Camera+, with edits in camera. Challenge lead can be found at Lens and Pens by Sally.
Bougainvillea. The flower seen tumbling over walls and in the gardens of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Observing in the macro viewfinder of my iPhone, I’m further enraptured with the etchings and striations of the flower. Photo taken with an … Continue reading
A shot of color for a morning wake up. The slowly decaying marigolds from my Dia de Los Muertos altar making one last hurrah for a final moment of enjoyment. Image taken with an iPhone 6Plus, using Camera+, and one … Continue reading
An Asparagus Fern seen in macro and edited in Enlight using an iPhone 6Plus. More on Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge can be found here.
You should always keep something beautiful in your mind ~Pascal Up close and personal with a pineapple in the supermarket. My main source of photography these days. Life’s a little … Continue reading
A trip to the beach always brings surprises along the shore; this most recent visit was a treasure trove of finds. There have been thousands of mysterious sea creatures washing up on West Coast beaches lately called Velella; they resemble … Continue reading
A kiwi fruit, sliced to reveal the beautiful striations and seeds peeking out. The outer skin bristly, and maybe even menacing when seen in macro, the inside so beautifully vivid and inviting. More macro photo entries can be seen on … Continue reading