Monday, September 6, 2010

Evening macro

The sun was on the horizon, but I wanted to try some macro shots before dark.  The tiniest white hydrangea blossoms look 'normal' with macro focus, a pink 'Million Bells' blossom is backlighted by the late sun, and a small, very late sunflower needs more days of sunshine to force that bloom---assuming the deer don't eat it first.   My macro inspiration is "Macro Friday" on Blogging from Bolivia.    Next week, I'll try to get in on the Friday challenge.

Hydrangea....actually teeny-tiny blooms. I had no idea they looked like this!

                                            Million Bells

Seeking the sun

(camera:  Fuji Finepix SB8000fd  ultra-zoom)

1 comment:

Katy Noelle said...

Oooooooo! That sunflower center - with the light - interesting view - it is just REALLY pretty!