Summertime…Macros in the Garden

No, Macros are not a specialized or exotic plant or some strange plant killing varmit–just close-ups of scenes in our garden, or, if you will…Habitat. There is one photo I want to highlight…

© Frank Simpson
To the “naked eye” the tiny blue bud appears as a speck on the stem of the verbena. Frankly I thought it was a piece of dirt or some tiny mite.  Instead of brushing it off, I got the camera. Click on the photo to enlarge.
The rest of the photos in the slideshow should not require further explanation.  However, if you have questions post them.

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4 thoughts on “Summertime…Macros in the Garden

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  2. Lovely! Once again, you are “expanding our horizons”! As you know, my ex-husband was a professional photographer, and we spent a lot of time with naturalists from Peoria Parks — enjoyed some natural wonders previoiusly overlooked. One that stands out is the spittle bug — surrounds itself with a fluid that looks like spit — so if you ever see a leaf that looks like someone….


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