Macro, Macro

Uploaded: September 17, 2004 10:08:11

Description

A challenge to get all of the important pieces in focus & exposed properly (using available light). The light breeze was maddening. Several other dew drop "subjects" fell off before I could get set up; finally made it with this one. Who said macro shots were easy?

Some feat of engineering just using those teeny strands.



Comments

Karma Wilson September 17, 2004

Great macro. Very well done. Macros drive me nuts to take.

Karma #169844

Debbie Fleri September 18, 2004

Really neat I like the bow of the Twig. & I "never" say marco is "easy" #790121

Deborah C. Lewinson level-addict October 15, 2004

Congratulations on your finalist, Ed, and good luck in the next round!

-Debby #846250

AMALIA Veralli April 10, 2006

Love this shot. Macros are not easy. Is anything? Thanks for the inspiration.

Amalia #2628360


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