Monday 31 August, 2015 by Uncle Spike
This is my entry for Macro Monday for this week. I ‘think it is a spot of Phlox subulata… What do you reckon?
Hope you all enjoy it anyway!
Category: Macro Monday
| Tags: flowers, gardening, macro, macro monday, Macro Photography, nature, Phlox subulata, photography, POSTADAY
Yes, but as you know, it’s not the equipment that counts – it’s what you have the skills to do with it that matters. You have much better skills than I – but I’m learning – slowly..
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I like to look back at my efforts from a couple of years ago; interesting how it’s changed. sometimes though, there are simple technical limitations to the equipment that are frustrating, but such is life 🙂
I really liked this entry. The colours and the clarity are beautiful. I have ordered a macro lens for my Canon from the United States which, I hope, should arrive before I set out to Mount Gambier – about 950 k from here.
Wow, that sounds fun…. Mine is a just an old bridge camera (no interchangeable lens), but even with that on Macro setting, it’s still pleasing what one can sometimes capture.
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