Spring has SPRUNG!!! A Macro Photography Adventure.

Every Spring I enjoy chasing bugs and exploring the tiny world outside that we often overlook. It is rare that we have the opportunity to take a glimpse into the center of a flower, watch a beetle take flight, or intrude upon an aphid napping inside a Lenten Rose. I enjoy gardening.  I’ve planted little beauties all over our yard.  Some have planted themselves. I hope you’ll enjoy this glimpse into the adventurous world of micro photography! 🙂

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The center of a Lenten Rose.

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A Lenten Rose Bud.

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The leaves of a thorn-less Blackberry.

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The artistic blur of bamboo.

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Tiny hairs called “fimbriae” on a new Spectabilis Bamboo shoot.

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Auricles (“Ears”) and fimbriae (fingerlike hairs) of a new Spectabilis Bamboo shoot.

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