Macro Monday: More From My Garden

These photos were taken just a few minutes ago with my Nikon Mirrorless 1 V2 camera with my Nikkor 18.5mm f1.8 fixed lens (equal to 50mm in 35mm format) lens.

Parrot Tulip Bud
Parrot Tulip Bud
Colorful tulips bud
Colorful tulips bud
Grape hyacinth
Grape hyacinth

Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

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31 Comments

  1. What beautiful macro photos, Cee! I’m waiting, albeit patiently, for spring. But the Chicago area is about 20 degrees colder than normal and there’s talk of a bit of snow yet tonight. There are a few things coming up and starting to bud, so hopefully it won’t freeze any of those. I’m very ready for spring.

    janet

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    1. Hi Janet, I bet you are ready for spring. We’ve had such a gorgeous week. Although we go back to our normal rain tomorrow. In fact we have high clouds now. Oh well.

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  2. Oh wow!!! Beautiful macro shots, Cee!! You made my day. My hubs is moaning about the amount of money I just spent on lenses and filters, so no more buying for me for a while. I could just go NUTS with this camera stuff!!!! xxoo

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      1. Yep. Just got the “lecture” yesterday … enough for now. (sigh) Cee, truthfully, if I allow myself to run out and get everything I really wanted, I would still want more. The true path to happiness is to treasure what you have right now. And I am!!!!

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