Thought I'd try a different sort of macro today. Put a wide angle lens on the middle column of my tripod - this means the camera was upside down!
Moved the lens to about six inches from this "button" of flowers - and here we have it - a low down close up!
As you may be able to work out, the wide angle lens was an early Christmas present - I'll have some fun with it I can tell!
You can find more close ups at Macro Monday.
Enjoy the close ups.
how on earth did you come up with that idea :)? Well done Stewart and wow you were lucky Santa came early!ReplyDelete
Lovely blooms and macro shot, Stewart!ReplyDelete
What an excellent idea for how to capture that perspective of the flowers. I will have to try that the next time I want to take a photo that would usually have me crawling on my stomach. And I look forward to seeing more from your new lens!ReplyDelete
Nice shot. Nice gift, too. Looking forward to seeing more of your creative shots.ReplyDelete
Wonderful capture, Stewart, and such a lovely color! Have a great holiday week!!ReplyDelete
Nice shot! I'm sure you'll enjoy your new gift!ReplyDelete
No doubt you'll be having all sorts of creative fun. Fine idea and lovely shot.ReplyDelete
It turned out quite nice!ReplyDelete
enjoy playing with your wonderful new lens Stewart... a lovely photo!ReplyDelete
Oh Stewart, as Carol above said, how on earth did you come up with that idea! Now that is the camera being a real toy. I am visualizing what you did, and i am enticed to try it too, i wonder what happens to mine, haha!ReplyDelete
Love the colorful flowers-maybe I should move to a warmer climate? Enjoy your new lens!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Macro shot and what a great Xmas present ~ Have fun ~ReplyDelete
(A Creative Harbor aka ArtMuseDog and Carol ^_^
Linda macro! beijos,chicaReplyDelete
What a wonderful Christmas gift! I'm glad you're going to share the results with us!ReplyDelete
Lovely! Have fun with your new lens!ReplyDelete
New toys--how exciting! How did you talk Santa into ging you presents early? :-)ReplyDelete
So intriguing what you can achieve with your camera when willing to experiment. Luckily, the subjects we enjoy are interesting and unique from so many angles.