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Inner light… part 2… (or): Muchas classy glass, the final chapter…

These are the last of super-close-up-macro pictures I took of that paperweight I made in my glass blowing class, sitting on that light-up stand I have that has LED lights that change color… try saying that 5 times fast. Just … Continue reading

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I give you: the finger… wait… that sounds wrong…

The thing is… Hey, thing, it is good to have you back… I am still playing around with macro super-close-up photography. As per the suggestion of my son-in-law, who loaned me the three macro lens spacer thingies that I have … Continue reading

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Muchas classy glass… part 1…

Okay, I know I already posted a bunch of super-close-up-macro photos of the projects I made when I took that glass blowing class… and, yes, I realize that the title of this series is a stretch, even if you do … Continue reading

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Glass… part 6…

Yes, that is glass. It is glass that I made myself. In a glass blowing class. But this time, I added a twist… which is funny… and I will explain why. I used this image… a macro, super close-up photo, … Continue reading

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Glass… part 2…

Is it a tear drop at a Grateful Dead concert? Is it a drop of molten gold? Is it a corneal transplant operation? Is it a tiny drop of water as seen through an electron microscope? Is it a single-celled … Continue reading

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A closer look… part 16…

I do have a correction to make. In the last post in this series, in which I am playing around with macro photography, I said that I had used the smallest of the macro lens spacers. The 20mm is not, … Continue reading

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A closer look… part 15…

I am still playing around with those macro filters, the spacers that move the two lenses of a camera further apart, and let you take really close up shots. This time, I am using the smallest one, the 20mm. I … Continue reading

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