Macro Magic

So, I broke down today and bought a new macro lens, one that takes me even closer than the other lens I bought a couple years ago.  I’m not sure I really needed to do this, but I teach extra classes in the summer so that I can feed my garden/photography/house habit.

 

Echanacea--gotta love that Fibonacci stuff...
Echanacea–gotta love that Fibonacci stuff…
Crocosmia
Crocosmia
Daylily
Daylily
Cherry
Cherry
Finial on arbor entrance to the Secret Garden
Finial on arbor entrance to the Secret Garden
Forever and Ever Hydrangea
Forever and Ever Hydrangea
Garden ornament bought this year at the Reeds Lake Art Show
Garden ornament bought this year at the Reeds Lake Art Show
Rose of Sharon
Rose of Sharon
Datura about to bloom
Datura about to bloom

6 thoughts on “Macro Magic

    1. Sunil, our winters are quite harsh, but still the datura thrive. I have to huge plants that come up from the roots every year, and I’m constantly pulling out seedlings.

    1. 🙂 I find I notice the world more when I have a camera in my hands. And I am a better gardener knowing that I will have a camera in my hands.

    1. That Rose of Sharon is so hearty! And huge! I sawed some limbs from it this spring and it really needs another good trim before it threatens to take over the world. 🙂

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