Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Fence Macro




15 comments:

SweetMarie said...

I really like the third pic with all the shadows...great lighting!
Glad your learning and having so much fun!

Ginny said...

Pretty, love the leaf shadows. I can't tell a difference between the first two, the first is a little brighter? YES, the first is brighter, and it shows more detail; look at the board on the far right. the brown where the grey has worn away. It is barely even visible on the second picture, the second setting is no good!!!

Ann said...

Oooh nice shots. I like the shadows in the last one

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

You sure have been busy and think you have caught on to this macro just find and dandy!!!

I like the hint you gave below in your other post, thanks for the tip! You are doing so good, I will have to pick your brain on what you did.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Sandra, All of the photos are great --but the third one caught my attention. The shadows are awesome.
Hugs,
Betsy

LC said...

love your macro experimentation. texture of wood and lichen shows up so well with background totally out of focus.Nice.

Deb said...

you should join Friday fences on friday...

Angela said...

Such interesting shots! I like how the vine is curling on the fence.

Rose said...

Oh-ho--this is a great one...or series rather. You should link this to the Friday Fences meme started by Life According to Jan And Jer.

Mama-Bug said...

I love all the textures in the first one! Very nice!

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

These are great, Sandra. You're very good with that new camera! The last one is really special with the shadows.

Kilauea Poetry said...

I didn't realize you posted this..anyway, good ones. I like the fence and shadows..in fact I just enjoy them even if they are metal (not really chain link though)

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I love these shots. Who knew a close-up of a fence pole would look this good?

George said...

These are wonderful macros of the fence. Although I like the last photo, the details in the first really captured my attention.

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

simply amazing macros!

nicely done, sandra!
love ya!

betty