Pink & Yellow

A bunch of fresh cut flowers currently sit in a clear glass vase, on our small drop-leaf dining table. I bought them home with me last week to brighten the apartment on a dreary day and they’ve lasted a long time, I love to glance at them every time I walk past into the kitchen.

For more photos of the same bunch of flowers, take a glance at what I wrote last Monday. I hadn’t used my macro lens in quite a while until I decided it was time to dust it off again this week, I had forgotten what a lovely little lens it is.

If you missed it, the Nurture Photography Fall 2012 Challenge began last Friday. There is still a little time to link up your photographs for the prompt Green/Journey, and you’ll be in wonderful company with all of the stunning photographs linked up so far.

Kristi of Live and Love out Loud and I are hosting an awesome Fall Photo Challenge, designed to Nurture your love of Photography and with our tips and tutorials help you to make your memories flourish. Friday’s theme will be Yellow/Light, we’d love it if you would join us! Stop by the Nurture Photography Challenge Page to see a full list of prompts or to find out more.

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  1. Holy wow! Your macro shots are stunning! I love them all. I could gaze at those all day! I really should dig my macro out from time to time too…
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    • Should I be that whisper in your ear telling you to “get one, get a macro lens, you know you want one, you deserve it, it looks great on you.” 😉

    • Thanks Amy. I’ve been eyeing those iphone macro lenses too actually… but I was worried I just wouldn’t be able to use it properly? I’ve seen some gorgeous photos taken with them too.

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