Wednesday, July 6, 2011

A Clover Like No Other

(c) Misty DawnS

I've always been a fan of macro photography, both looking at other's macro photos and taking my own. Purchasing the Hoya close-up filters has opened up a whole new world for me, and my passion for macro photography has become overwhelming.

I know that most people don't share a liking for bugs like I and, therefore, probably cringe when I say I'm doing more and more macro photography. However, as you can see from the above photo, macro photography isn't just bugs. :-)

This photograph means so much to me. It reveals the beautiful details in the 'small' world which we overlook. Honestly... did you ever notice that a simple clover flower is so intricate and beautiful? I confess that I certainly never did... until now. There are thousands and thousands of clovers back by my pond... I had absolutely no idea what I was missing, until I took this photograph. It really makes me want to take the time to take a closer look at everything else I've been overlooking or taking for granted.


Nancy Grossi ~ Churned In Cali ~ The Wife of a Dairyman

Macro is my favorite form of photography as all the detail. Your photo is gorgeous!


Gorgeous! I love macro photography too because it makes you realize what we have missed and it does open up a whole new world to us. I also have a great interest in the insect world because of it. Such a nice visit today, I've truly enjoyed catching up.


I too, love this photo. I was blown away by the detail in the image.

Lisa Gordon

There is nothing quite like it, and this is absolutely beautiful Misty. So glad you are enjoying the filters!

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