Up close

The word prompt from Bren: Macro

You may have noticed I like to get up close to so many subjects it will be hard to pick a few for Bren’s Photo for the Week challenge.

Getting up close with a Sacred Ibis
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The Ibis feathers are lovely
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This is the flower
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Here is inside
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The Eastern Water Dragon enjoying the sun
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Isn’t the red on the underside skin wonderful
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Water Dragons have a serious side
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Close Up

The word prompt on the Tuesday Photo Prompt: Close Up

I love close up photography. So many photos to choose from so here is just a few of my Close Ups

The Welcome Swallow was just as interested in what I was doing as I him.
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The Wanderer Butterfly wing has so many patterns and colours
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The Green Tree Frog seemed happy to see me and my camera
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A Tawny Frogmouth just looking in on what you are doing
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Getting Close

The theme from Terri: #Macro or Close-up Photography; Is there a difference?

I enjoy getting in close to our world, exploring the small details in nature. Here’s a few photos for your enjoyment.

Macro – The face of a fly
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Macro – The miniature world of fungi and moss
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Close-up – Getting in close with an Ibis.
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Close-up – with a Pelican
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Macro – A rivet head on the Grafton Bridge
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Close-up – the rust on a chain.
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Close-ups or Macros? What do you think?