Monday, September 19, 2011

I Heart Macro

This week I have taken a few opportunities to "disappear" out on my own. One of my friends who works as  Life Coach, calls this "self care".

So, armed with my camera, my 2 lenses and a friends 100mm Macro lens, I drove to a lovely suburb along the Brisbane River called Bulimba. This suburb is full of beautiful "Queenslander" homes (I plan to venture out soon to photograph some soon so stay tuned). On this particular day, my plan was to walk along the Bulimba River Walk and shoot away. I came home with almost 250 photos after 2 hours.

Here are a few photos of Native Pigface (Carpobrotus rossii)...








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9 comments:

Lori @ Studio Waterstone said...

Oh Liz, this is so beautiful! I'm amazed at a few of the macro shots which could easily be blown up and framed and this is one of those. Love it.

Have a great day.

MiShelDesignsJewelry said...

Wow - these are truly works of art - lovely in every way!

Annette said...

Those are breathtaking! I bet you had fun!

T... said...

beautiful shots.....wow

Marianna said...

wow now that's some gorgeous macro!

Kim, USA said...

Wow this is fascinating macro, like it!

I Heart Macro

Pieces of Sunshine said...

You have some beautiful photos here Liz. A great use of time when you can bring home many photos to sift through on a "rainy" day.

hello gorgeous said...

SUCH a gorgeous flower....nicely captured sweetie! ;o)

hugs

hello gorgeous xxx

Liz said...

Thanks ladies! I really wasn't so sure about these ones!!

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