Archive for the “Macrophotography” Category

The Missus brought this Romanesco Broccoli home for lunch – so of course it had to be macro’d before we eat it.

What a beautiful fractal structure!

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Canon 5D MkII and 100mm Canon macro for a deep inside the Poppy shot:

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Once again the missus’ superior eyesight found something interesting in the garden to macro.

This is apparently a Candy Striped spider, fairly common throughout England – but we’ve never seen one before.

Looks like a damn Aussie red back to me πŸ™‚

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Bee macro’d in the garden this morning πŸ™‚

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Took the macro rig out into the garden this morning πŸ™‚

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My wife was working in the garden this morning and came across this beautiful female stag beetle – so of course – out comes the macro πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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I very rarely see these spiders in the garden, so today there were three within 6 feet of each other. Β Needless to say they got macro’d πŸ™‚

 

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A selection of macros taken on this morning’s dog walk over the New Forest.Β  Canon 5D MkII, Canon 100mm macro lens, Canon ring-flash.

 

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This guy paid the Fennel a visit this afternoon – and we know what happens to any interesting insect visitor that visits the garden – he gets macro’d πŸ™‚Β  A set on 8 other images can be found on my Flickr site.

 

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And here is a re-do of the Papilio Ulysses butterfly (an example of structural blackness) in 64-Megapixel super high resolution goodness πŸ™‚

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