Monday, September 30, 2013

It's just another Macro Monday! 19/26

Come take a walk with me through the websites of four photographers who are sharing their love of macro photography every other Monday throughout the year.  We shoot what we love, what makes us happy,  to hone our skills,  to stretch our minds and our imaginations, and because it's who we are! 

One of the first things I learned when I took my first online photography course and the single most important thing that made a difference in my photos was to move my feet.  To climb on top of things.  To lay on the ground.  To look around.  To see things from different vantage points.  
Most of the time when I shoot, it's morning.  I just love morning light. This week I chose to wait until the evening to challenge myself.  And challenge myself, I did.  
I waited until the sun was almost down.  
My camera was literally in the grass.  
Why?
Well, that's where this week's subjects came from!

A buttercup and some type of weed hiding in our "well" manicured lawn!



To continue around the circle and see what the other photographers found this week, 
and click the link in her post that takes you to next photographer, and so on!