Life in macro
macro n. anything very large in scale, scope, or capability
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That's sort of how it is these days... though there are many very large things! Ha. I'm not complaining, I am a responsible -- capable -- human being, I know my limits; it's just the way it is right now, the usual ebb and flow, not necessarily good or bad, I'm doing my best to fit it all in.
Scilla - Macro May photo #2
I took the photo above as I left Mom's last Friday evening, using the macro setting on one of my phone's camera apps (I have a Samsung Galaxy S4).
My new Photojojo lenses were already here on Saturday! SUPER fast -- I ordered on May 1st, they shipped the same day, and were in my mailbox on May 3rd. All of the photos that follow were taken with a Photojojo lens.
Cactus flower - Macro May photo #3
I went into the Garden Room intending to take a photo of my late- (or early-?) blooming amaryllis, but had nothing to brace against so all those photos were way too blurry. I found something to lean against and aimed at this little cactus flower instead.
Bloodroot - Macro May photo #4
On Sunday I took a walk to the back yard to check out all the bloodroot that's blooming.
Playing around! More bloodroot (I have a lot). (Photojojo super fisheye lens)
The super fisheye is the only lens that doesn't fit on my phone when it's in the case. Luckily, my case isn't too difficult to remove!
Noro Kureyon - Macro May photo #5
Seashell... not at seashore - Macro May photo #6
Thread (Button Craft, of course) - Macro May photo #7
Gotta say, I love them! I'm thrilled with these lenses and the quality of the photos. They could very well end up being one of my best purchases of the year! A little tripod would be next on my wish list, because being STILL is the name of the game for macro shots! A remote shutter release would be a bonus. Oh, GADGETS! I do love them... sometimes.
Calm before storm (Photojojo polarizer lens)
Having barely reached 60F so far this year, the temp is predicted to rocket up close to 80 today, followed by storms later!