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Title warning – everything is in the eye of the beholder! Bright colors, sunlit, golden, pretty… Dark, gritty, slimy, ground-dwellers, ugly… These were shot within 6 feet of each other.
brass bead pull chain
Factoid: ‘DYBY’ is Polish for ‘pillory’ or ‘stocks’. Today, the terms are often confused. With stocks, boards are placed around the legs and the wrists, whereas the pillory boards are placed around the arms and neck and fixed to a … Continue reading
Honey mushroom clusters. With a 100mm macro lens, 9 images were “stacked” in order to obtain sharp focus from back to front.
A black shell – tossed, turned, chewed up and spit out by the sea. Did you know? Shells contain proteins and fats that break down and begin to decompose and eventually harden. It is during the decomposition process that the … Continue reading
Focusing on object lighting – a black scallop shell.
Timing right, light good; nice dark, hollow shadow of a train track rail.
Right outside the back door under the light. Jees!! I’ve taken a LOT of photos of spiders over time, but must admit this one is by far the creepiest (or is it “most creepy”?). Yet, I found myself drawn in … Continue reading
rain, rain, go away… come again some other day… some other day a couple of months from now!