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Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Macro (A Single Geranium Leaf as Nature’s Gift) January 11, 2016

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Thinking of my book on crochet techniques – hyperbolic?

Lens and Pens by Sally

11 January 2016

Lens:

I. Photographed on Day One

1. Dried Geranium Leaf; Copyright © 2016 Sally W. Donatello All Rights Reserved 1. Dried Geranium Leaf; Copyright © 2016 Sally W. Donatello All Rights Reserved

II. Photographed a Week Later Accompanied by a Small Fragment of its Former Self

2. Underside of a Dried Geranium Leaf; Copyright © 2016 Sally W. Donatello All Rights Reserved 2. Underside of a Dried Geranium Leaf; Copyright © 2016 Sally W. Donatello All Rights Reserved

Let me know which you prefer and why. Click unto the image to enlarge. If you decide to comment, please return to this page.

Pens:

Out of clutter, find simplicity.

From discord, find harmony.

In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.

~~ Einstein

In my mind’s search for an image to display macro characteristics, I gazed upon a recent discovery in potted geraniums from last season: a tiny leaf (measuring one and a quarter-inch long) that had moved toward its final phases. As I often do, I carefully brought its body inside to observe its transformation.

Days escaped…

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One Response to “Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Macro (A Single Geranium Leaf as Nature’s Gift)”

  1. Thank you so much for re-blogging my post. I’m really enjoying your archival work and family portraits.


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