Tag: Macrophotography

The first crocus flower…

Wrapped into its frosty dewy coat, a crocus flower waits a beam of light to open its first petal an announce the upcoming spring… 🙂     Picture taken with my mirrorless hybrid (micro four third), the Lumix GM1. Focal length : 20mm -> 40mm. Close-up filters : +7. (Feel free to read my article Read More

After Ronsard…

Pierre de Ronsard is a French poet of the 16th century who wrote several really known poems, included one saying “Live now, believe me wait not till tomorrow; gather the roses of life today”. This is not a rose, it’s a leptospermum flower, from my garden, but I think this is my rose for today. Read More

Vegetable oyster

Yesterday morning, I shot, in my garden, this vegetable oyster. 🙂     When shooting, I just loved these water drops on nasturtium leaves and especially the big one. But when I uploaded my pics and looked at it, is seemed obvious to me that this photo could evoke an oyster. 😉 Is the analogy Read More

Close-up filters. For cheap but qualitative macrophotography!

Once again, I try to do my best with english and hope to submit a better content than a google translation one 😆 but thank you in advance for your indulgence.   Today, I want to talk to you about my macro photographical gear. Small, cheap and powerful. I love it! They are close-up filters. Read More

You and me, in the dusk light… ;)

“Blues” mood, with these “forget me not” flirting in a springy little bunch. 🙂 To add a little bit of humour to this poetic view, I called this pic “You and me, in the dusk light”. 😉 A good week to you all! Read More

Spring colors

What else do we need, these days, than looking at spring flowers and being full of colors?! 😀 I hope that these rather flashy pictures will help you to fill up with vitamin D and will color you heart, for a few hours or days. 🙂 Among my shooting pics, I really loved these semi-abstract Read More