Fall Sunburst {Macro Monday}

I have always loved macro photography. I grew up with a father who was forever photographing bugs and flowers with his Canon. Then in college I took a few photography classes (back in the days of film) and found myself always drawn to buzzing bees and blades of grass. Now I’m a big girl with a big girl camera with a big girl lens (I’m a Nikon girl for those of you wondering.) So as a way to share a little bit about me and show you my “hobby” side of photography I will be starting Macro Monday.

Today’s image(s) are from right outside my studio window. The first one is an ariel view of one of the grasses we planted this spring. The bottom is the full view.  I think they are perfect for a day like today when summer is slowing leaving and fall is gently knocking at our door. The sun seems a little brighter in the evenings although they seem a bit cooler. The days of teetering temperatures have arrived – now lets hope for some beautiful fall colors. Enjoy my first Macro Monday!

 

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