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Some macro clicks


I couldn't go on a bird watching trip last Sunday due to logistic issues. Armed with a macro lens, I decided to take a closer inspection of nature in and around my garden. Here's a photo tour...


Almond fruits...









Green Bottle Fly...








Parachutes of Prickly sow-thistle dandelions...








A caterpillar with amazing body markings...








Colocasia leaf...


Tendrils of Passion fruit vine... 










Midrib and veins of a leaf...






A green spider...



Mexican mint...



Fennel flowers...


31 comments:

  1. wow truly awesome. Great macro clicks.

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  2. Stunning! - I absolutely love macro.

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  3. Hello!:) Your macro images are stunning,...always!!

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  4. Oh wow, that bee shot is amazing, the level of detail to see all the hairs etc is just brilliant. Love the caterpillar too! Thank you for linking up to #pointshoot 📷

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  5. Your macro work is exceptional. Such perfect detail on all of your subjects. Thank you for linking up these great shots today.

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  6. Your macros are stunning! Photography art.

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  7. I love the things that you found worthy of photographing--they are things that I would capture, too! The details in your images are superb!

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  8. Maybe you should stay home more often (humor ...) if this is what you can find in your garden!

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  9. Hello, your macro shots are just awesome. I love the caterpillar. Thank you so much for linking up your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

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  10. Each shot is a work of art, but that bottle fly! Who would have thought a fly could be considered beautiful. Have a great weekend!

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  11. Beautiful, Shiju! You can even make bugs look good!

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  12. Amazing macros! An absolute wealth of beauty and wonder just beneath our gaze!

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  13. These are stunning macros Shiju... absolutely breathtaking. I'm most amazed at that one seed pod that looks like a bird in flight. All the flowers and plants are beautiful 'up close', but it is the insects that I think are most incredible. You show us beauty in creatures we might not necessarily think of in that way -- but obviously we should. Stunning!! Thanks for sharing these.

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  14. It is all so amazing. Plus your photography skills are outstanding.

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  15. Your photos are breath-taking! Marvelous images!
    Thanks for joining us at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2018/03/springtime-at-sarah-p-duke-gardens.html

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  16. WOW!! How incredibly beautiful!! I especially like the photos of the bee! Breathtaking! Thank you@

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  17. These are lovely and a wonderful way in which to learn about our environment. #PointShoot

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  18. Your macro shots are stunning...the colour...the range of subjects...amazing! I'm sure I must have seen a closeup of a caterpillar before, but it couldn't have been as beautiful as your photos. Thank you for sharing so much beauty.
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  19. Outstanding image set. Really well captured and processed.

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  20. Wonderful example of what we can see in our own yards..

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  21. Excellent shots! So much texture.

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