Macro Garden Series – 17

Such pretty pink camellias. If you love macro like I do, check out Musin’ With Susan‘s weekly macro challenge. I thought this photo would fit in well there.  Olympus OMD EM5, 60mm macro. Happy Birthday to my dear friend Tony. It’s his birthday today and while pink isn’t really his colour (actually he can’t see pink),…

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Macro Garden Series – 15

This is my last post in my macro garden series from my trip with Julie to the Wilson Botanic Park. This flower was growing in the carpark and I was struck by its shape, its sharp edges.   Shot with my Olympus OMD EM5 with my 60mm (120mm equivalent) macro lens. I hope you’ve enjoyed…

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Macro Garden Series – 10

You should have seen me trying to get my finger in this shot to show scale. Typical balancing act – I was on the edge of a dropoff, shooting handheld (because I couldn’t be bothered carrying my tripod). The little receptacle (thank you Wikipedia) is the part that used to hold the petals of the…

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Macro Garden Series – 7

Another bright and intricate flower from the garden series. The colours were so vibrant. I was expecting to find bees on these flowers, but there weren’t any. Shot at Wilson Botanic Park with my Olympus OMD EM5 with my 60mm (120mm equivalent) macro lens. I think this is my last entry to Jude’s Macro in the…

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Inside iTerrarium

I couldn’t resist getting up close and personal with some of the little guys inside my previously posted iTerrarium. I’ve included a shot of the terrarium below so you can judge the scale of these plants. They are super-small. Or you can go visit the post linked above to see the whole thing. I thought this…

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iTerrarium

Now that I live in a small apartment on the fifth floor, I have no grass or garden area. All of my gardening will be done in pots. I previously showed some photos of a cyclamen that my friend gave me – that was my first plant here in the new place. I have also…

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