Macro is the most technical discipline in photography that I can do. It’s easily accessible; all I need is a couple centimeters of beauty and some good light. Nature provides those readily. Taken mostly with a Canon 100mm f/2.8 Macro.
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A hungry bee feeds in my family’s backyard.
Candles. Long Shan Temple, Taipei, Taiwan.
The fishhook symbolizes strength to the Maori people. I’ve been wearing this since 2004.
Dew gathers on some extra fuzzy fountain grass on a foggy morning. Santa Barbara, CA
Sakura Matsuri, Brooklyn Botanic Garden
The colorful sandwich went cold as I was photographing it.
Late afternoon light emphasizes a rainbow in this typical yard succulent. Goleta, CA
Black and white tuxedo cats often have vivid green and yellow eyes.
friend and aspiring chef cooking Spanish octopus
A beautiful deliberate accident.
On a freezing hike, we stumbled upon ice formations we couldn’t explain.
baked by me! they were yum.
Snowflakes on a glove.
Don’t forget, roses are still a means to reproduction!
Hot coals cooking our burgers
Dahlias are enormous and occasionally intimidating flowers. My family’s backyard.
a giant, giant flower. new york botanical garden.
These were live, fluttering, mating monarch butterflies. Goleta, CA
I blew away the seedlings of this dandelion afterwards. Live on.
A perfect rose. Santa Barbara Rose Garden, CA
Updated July 2016.