Macro Monday #46 Giant Alliums slowly unfurling....
My studio now painted white reflects the wonderful light through my two windows.in the final post image.
Six Word Saturday: Here is my week- In Images.
Sunshine's Macro Monday #42 A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.... Cee's FOTD
Sunshines Macro Monday marbling Making some marbled designs I had to photograph the lovely swirls of paint before I used it.
LIME A beautiful clematis in my front garden has just started to bloom. It doesn't have much direct sunlight as north facing but I just love it's subtle lime and cream flowers. Alliums just bursting into bloomAnother allium bud just breaking freeThe clematis with it's fabulous cream and tinged with lime green blossoms- love it!
Macro photography can be an inspiration in many ways. The detail unseen by the eye can be revealed and magnified into abstracted shapes and surfaces creating a many layered relief of imagery. An earlier layered oil painting incorporating wire forms and marble dust, carborundum and pigments dusted onto the surface, the wire form partly detached …