Notes from the field, essays, and observations.
This is a highly magnified image of a grass stem that has spikes or hairs. It was a foggy day, dew formed on each spike. With the lens wide open for a minimum depth of field, the spikes and the stem fade, and the dew drops almost float free.
Excellent and quite artistic.. Does not look like what it is!
That’s really incredible – I love this shot!
Really amazing, Thomas. It’s like bubbles of air in some thick liquid such as oil. Brilliant idea!
THAT is WILD!! I really like it. 5X?
Thanks for the kind words, everyone!
That’s right, Ed – I used the highest magnification (around 5x) and the widest aperture (F2.8) for the MP-E 65 lens.
Very cool. It looks like rain drops falling.
One of my all time favorites of yours…this is superb! Not only do I love the details and size of the different orbs but the background in butterscotch puts it over the top. Lovely!
I would have never guessed… it is beautiful.
This is really wild Thomas. Nicely done.
Incredible shot Thomas, love the detail in this !!
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