Saturday, February 18, 2012

I Heart Macro 2-19-12

studio waterstone
What a week! We had beautiful weather this week for Wisconsin. We even had a couple of days in the 40;s and lots of sun. I had 3 whole days out in nature, and not much to show for it as far as macro shots go. Everything is pretty rough looking, gray and dried out. I did get to play with some roses I received on Valentines day, so at least I have a few macro shots to show you! I hope spring is here soon, I am running out of things to shoot. Have a wonderful week.

 I dont know what makes these patterns in wood, I am assuming a worm or beetle of some kind. Amazing!
 A spot of brightness in an otherwise gray world.
 Little toadstools that survived the winter.
Burrs with pretty lighting.
 Love the spots of bright green fungus
 Grass
Woodpecker hole
And last but not least, the Roses!
 Interesting the effect you get just laying a rose on a mirror.

10 comments:

Therese's Treasures said...

Tracey,
The shot of the wood is very neat. They are all beautiful shots and I love the one of the roses on the mirror.
Therese

Kim, USA said...

Those are beautiful!

Yellow Seeds

Sharyl said...

I love the grass, and those roses are just beautiful!

Tina´s PicStory said...

very beautiful pics! :)

K Hutchinson said...

WOW what gorgeous photos! I love the roses! SO pretty! I can't wait for spring either! I am way behind on my macro post due to my 4 legged guest! Hoping to work on it now! Love you!

Annette said...

I love the grass shot and the roses are beautiful!

Laura said...

so much beauty here!!! love the pattern in the wood too...it is a joy to find treasures all around, isn't it?

manyslices said...

Roses on a mirror...brilliant idea.
All your nature pictures are beautiful as well.
Thanks for sharing and Cheers,
Leah

Lisa Criswell said...

i just love all these photos! i especially like the one with the designs in the wood. so interesting. i love how you get such a difference in the depth of field and can focus on just one little thing. beautiful!

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful macro photos.

Regards and best wishes