I’ve been in a macro mode lately. Sometimes it feels good to look at the little patterns in life’s texture. Look at the ground and see an organic shape or texture that no one would notice and capture it with the camera. I’m shooting with the D70 from Nikon and my “favorite” Sigma 1:3.5-5.6 II Macro set to 80 with the macro switch flipped. I love the $5 lens (current Ebay Value). I want to try a “real” macro lens but for now poverty tells me that this one is OK.
Across the road on the canal side of the house. The Virginia Creeper is doing very well, it’s also quite beautiful as it changes to it’s dormant state.
Shooting some organic black and whites.
Back to some berries growing from the same twisted mess that all of these shots are coming from. Love the angular shape of the stem.
B/W again with the branches of the tree.
And a creepy worm, it’s eating the roses in front of the house so it did not have a happy ending after this was taken.
Miscellaneous berries hanging on a tree.
Back to some pretty leaves or leaf rather in the midst of being red…
Enough for today, it’s late and I doubt I’ll post again for 19 days until my return to Denver.