Just a few shots I took while my daughter Mollie and I were playing with the macro zoom lens. A simple leaf.
It turns out that moss is really just a bunch of small plants growing really close together.
Lichen on granite.
One of the old railroad ties that my wife’s aunt and uncle have as a wall in their landscaping.
A part of a rusty metal yard sculpture.
Another shot of the same thing. But this one shows how small the area of focus is when you do macro photography. The camera focused just on the very back edge of the opening. This does take a little time to get good at.
Tiny baby moss on granite. Or maybe I took that with the regular lens.
That might be a little spider hiding under that leaf.
Another of those tiny flowers that grow inside bougainvillea flowers.