I have been playing with my new digital microscope that takes pictures. That is a hard candy.
More candy. Maybe, in the future, I will take some regular photos of the objects I am taking micro photos of, for some context.
But for now, just enjoy a really close look at candy…
And my mom’s crazy 70’s-era rugs. There is a red and orange one…
And a blue and green one. I bet if you go back a few posts to the Christmas pictures, the rugs are in some of those.
But I am getting better at the focus thing.
Now that is an antique Persian rug, and you can see that the material and the weave are completely different.
The top of a small Italian table. It is highly varnished. It also plays music when you open the top.
That, believe it or not, is a fancy leather chair.
And I took a few shots of the top of the old chess table.
These are small pieces of inlaid marble.
I might take more of these. I like them.
But you can really see the scratches.
That, and the one below, are of bricks, fronting the fireplace.
You can see how the firing process actually melted the material.
That is the top of the ledge on my mom’s china cabinet. You can see tiny bubbles that got locked in when the varnish dried.