All things natury
The floor of a fungus, almost something like out a tropical rain forest but then at a micro scale... shot at 50mm with 68mm extension, f/16 at iso 800 with flash.
A seed pod of a fungus, as found on Sybren and Marit's balcony. Macro photography brings out a complete new world... shot at 50mm with 68mm extension, f/16 at iso 800 with flash
The same fantastic little herb, shot at 50mm with 68mm extension, f/11 at iso 800 with flash.
A fantastic little herb that's supposedly edible of which the name is left in the middle... shot at 50mm with 68mm extension, f/11 at iso 800 with flash.
A twig with fungal growth on its tips, which are 3~5 millimeter wide. Shot at 50mm with 68mm extension, f/5.6 at iso 800 with flash
Parsley up close has white leaf tips. And spiders, apparently (I only discovered that when it came time to resize the image!). 50mm with 68mm extension, f/11 (iso 800)
How often does your basil plant live long enough to flower? I'd never seen this before =) [shot at 50mm with 20mm extension, f/22 iso 320]
How often does your basil plant live long enough to flower? I'd never seen this before =) [shot at 50mm with 20mm extension, f/16 iso 320]
And with a second basil flower opened too -
50mm with 32mm extension at f/11 (iso 320)
The husk of a chestnus and the low sun do marvelous things with shadows.
I'm not the biggest fan of gerania, but I do like macro shots of flowers =)
The view you get when you pick *just* the right angle from which to shoot the canal alongside which my parents live. If you were just driving along, you might never realise it can be quite this pretty.
mmmm opium... I loved the drop of water on this poppy pod.
This was, and I stress was, the pine tree out back, which the downstairs neighbours decided to remove from their garden. I thought it was one of the best trees, but clearly not everyone agrees on this, especially when it's uprooting your bromelia patch...
I have no idea what this is ^_^;
A succulent called "glowing embers"... it's fairly obvious why =)
I don't really know what this succulent is called... comments welcome (as well as for all the other what-is-this-called images ^_^;)
An interesting little succulent