summer macros #335
In this post I present macro captures from sessions I took in 2021-22; some amazing masterpieces created by Mother Nature.
A small pine sprout that I met in a swamp. They always look incredibly touchy for me, seem so defenseless.
A strawberry - very ripen and tasty... probably. We never know for sure -- someone have worked on it pretty well.
Probably its the snails to blame.
At the same swamp - have you seen how the cranberry ripens?
Cute froggie posed me so long. That is who really understand (and support!) all the true needs of a macro photographer.
Two snails doing... something ... nasty. I believe its the copulation thing you see in this frame, but I am not 100% sure.
And the last one, as an extra -- little rememberance about the summer of 2021, when we still had our cat overseer with us. Now we dont anymore, and we miss you so much.
|location:||Vyritza, Russia||2021-2022||natural lighting|
|camera/lens:||Canon 5D||Sigma 150mm||raw-conv.|