Sunday, November 6, 2011

Macro Monday - Bolt Heads

Found this bolt holding together a section of retaining wall near the sea when I was away last weekend.
The second set is on a board walk that is very popular with walkers and cyclists – hence the polish!


Rather like the effect in black and white. Not much more to say!





You can find more macro shots at Macro Monday.



You can see the most recent post to my other blog by clicking on the Paying Ready Attention image on the RHS of the page.


Enjoy the close ups!

12 comments:

1ondoncalling said...

Great macro, mate.

GrandmaK said...

Nicely done! They have great texture!!! Cathy

em said...

I like the black and white! Very neat!

Genie said...

ce macro molts. This is my kind of posts as I am always shooting macro of images like this one. Yours is superb. I really like it. My macro thumbnail has not posted to the Linky Macro Monday site for way over an hour, so I am adding it here.

http://climbingthedigitalmountain.blogspot.com/2011/11/weekend-in-black-and-white-11-4-11.html

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

The beauty of utilitarian things. Love the reminder -- and the reminder of how wonderful it is to have a digital camera@ Perfect black and white.

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Nice photos, Stewart. I like your style!

Karen said...

Great macros! I like photos of "everyday" objects. They really are not so ordinary close up.

Cecilia Artista said...

Nice photos! Looks very good in black and white!

ramblingwoods.com said...

I like the textures..I have to look to my blog friends from the other side of the globe to get me through the winters here in NY..I look forward to your butterfly shots and anything summer like and fun...thanks for visiting...Michelle

Ida said...

Intesting and with such great texture. The B/W works well with these photos.

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

Nice tones and texture.

Happy MM

Inger-M said...

Many people seem to think that macro has to be of a flower, but there are macro opportunities all around us. I love the contrasting wood and metal textures, the rustic and the polished, and they do work so well in B/W.
Love these shots!