This week’s Sunday Stills Photo challenge has you getting THISCLOSE to something green!
I always think of March being a “green” month what with St. Patrick’s Day on March 17th and all. We can expect spring to show its glory with colorful florals and wondrous greens!
“If the subject you are photographing is small and you want to make it look big, you end up with a “macro” view of a “micro” subject.SLR Photography Guide
Close-up photography is the act of photographing objects such as flowers or insects in close range so the subject you are photographing fills the frame.”
I am sharing four images today from my front yard that were taken with my Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ mobile phone. Images were post-edited in PicMonkey.
The featured image of the clover leaves with raindrops, to me, symbolizes the month of March.
The second image is of the same clover cluster with an unopened flower adorned by a raindrop. You can see the clover leaves magnified in the droplet. Amazing!!
I really had to get “up-close and personal” by unceremoniously squatting down in the rain-dampened yard to get the shot! Do you think it looks like a dragon?
The third image was posted on Instagram last week. Our fruitless mulberry trees were just showing new buds. Within a few days, these buds are now covered in yellow pollen, which is one of the few things to which I am allergic.
On that same tree lurks a forest filled with strange and wondrous plant life. We call it moss!
The clover images are submitted for Cee’s Flower of the Day Photo Challenge.
I hope you love green as much as I do or at the very least, can find something green to share for Sunday Stills this week.
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As always, I look forward to seeing your creative ideas in the form of images, stories, poems, and music!
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