It’s in the eye

Sunshine’s Macro Monday  – 11 and Kate’s Friday Fun: Reptile

To me macro is getting in close not just a whole flower but what’s inside or not just an small insect but perhaps their wing up or body so close that you can see ever so much. So today let’s get up close with an Eastern Water Dragon and see eye to eye.

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The wonderful colours that you don’t normally noticewater dragon_red skin_binna burra_named_feb 2015

 

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?