There are lots of beautiful Australian native flowers. Paper daisies are now one of my favourites. I saw various colours at the gardens I visited on Thursday and I bought a bunch home.
They were a perfect subject for some macro photos.
The current British pound coin has the Royal Coat of Arms on one side.
All the other British coins can be arranged to depict the same coat of arms.
This pound coin will be withdrawn from circulation in October, as a new twelve sided coin was introduced last week.
I thought I’d take it easy after last month’s A to Z blog challenge.
My Photo A Day group has a sub text this month, as well as the daily photo prompts.
Macro May Madness.
So I’m feeling challenged.
It would be fine if I would just take one photo, but I don’t. I take a few, different angles, different light, perhaps different subjects. I can tell that macro madness is going to take over my month.
Here are a few close up photos to start the month.
… N is for …
… ball …
The prompt for the 5th is button … I cant’ decide. Which would you choose?
This is my contribution to Claudette’s series “the emotion behind the photo” this week.
D is for … Dandelion.
I’ve seen some beautiful macro photos of dandelions, so wanted to try it myself.
These are taken with my iphone and olloclip lense.
I’m delighted with the results so linking this to Claudette’s weekly series Emotography
It’s also a perfect contender for Jude’s Garden Series challenge. This month she asks us to get a little closer.