~ Lens-Artist Photo Challenge #34: Close-Up ~

 

Here are some favorite close-ups from my archives.  

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Goose Barnacles and Feather

The photo above was taken at beach level of a piece of rusted flotsam covered in Goose barnacles, with a feather resting next to it. 

 

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Rhododendron

The light was just right to capture the delicate pink in this Rhododendron blossom.

 

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Male Red-shafted Flicker

Flickers are flighty, so I was pleased to be able to get a clear shot of this one at my suet feeder before it sped away!

 

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Daylily and Blue Sky

On opposite sides of the color wheel, yellow and blue create lovely contrasting compositions. 

 

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Frozen Bubbles

I love seeing the patterns water makes as it flows under and around the frozen edges of this small waterfall.

 

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Tubular Moss

Moss has many different shapes and characteristics that are overlooked until seen close-up!

 

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It is always a treat to photograph a beautiful damselfly up close. They are beautiful and beneficial bugs who feed on mosquitoes!

 

Thanks to Ann-Christine (Leya) for suggesting we take a closer look!

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9 Responses to ~ Lens-Artist Photo Challenge #34: Close-Up ~

  1. Leya says:

    Beautiful gallery! My favorite is the water patterns – and the delicate feathers of the bird.

  2. Amy says:

    Thank you so much for this close-up collection! Incredibly beautiful, Love the woodpecker. 🙂

  3. Rupali says:

    Every image is beautiful.

  4. Olga says:

    Wow! So many beautiful close-ups. That damsel is really special. The color combinations and lighting brings an artistic flare to the composition. ❤

  5. Lindy Le Coq says:

    Thank you, Olga. Another “right place, right time” moment!

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