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Gerbera brotando...uma macro peluda...hehehe...

Macro Mondays: Timepieces


Thanks for all the comments and fave's :)

just another macro:))


will try to catch up, been really really busy:((


hopefully i will be able to go out and shoot landscape soon, haven't been out and now i just have to go out and capture some delicious light:))


tried out a vertorama saturday, and i will not post that one lol, but i sure learned alot:))) lol


anyways hope you like this one??


thanks alot for stopping by and for leaving comments and faves, much appreciated:))


have a wonderful week ahead:))



G5 + G1:2.5/14(reverse)



This is a macro shot of grass in my garden. The dew was so beautiful and I couldn't help thinking of a fortune teller's crystal ball when I looked at this shot!

Macro Mondays: What is that


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Nikon D5000 + Nikkor 105mm macro


Macro Mondays and Glass


Swan of Crystal glass

(4 cm high)


Acanalonia conica


Macro Mondays and Remedy


A capsule is a casing, usually of gelatine, in which a medicine or food supplement is adjusted for use by the patient. There are hard and soft capsules. In the first capsules powders are usually measured, in the second mainly non-aqueous solutions (for example fish oil or vitamin A, D or E in oil). In the presence of water, the gelatine becomes soft and so the content of the capsule is released.


These capsules are gastric acid inhibitors.

Polistes dominula


Phidippus audax (Female)


Phidippus audax (Female)


macro mondays … timepieces ... hmm !


listen to The Rolling Stones

and watch Fallen



Whereas many weevils seem capable of pootling around with at least some limited agility, this fella was rather slow and cumbersome. He was obviously on a bit of a snooze as he sat quite placidly at the edge of his leaf and wasn't in the mood to move.


The weevils I've seen like to sit on leaves in bushes and they're a relatively common find, ranging from 1-2mm to about 10mm max.


Still, nice illustration of what a set of stacked Raynoxes on a kit lens with a ringflash and a bit of Topaz work in post can do for you. This combo breaks all the conventions but I'm perfectly pleased with it!


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