Category Archives: Macro Photography

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Pink, White and Yellow

I spent another day in the garden this afternoon. The Sweet Williams I photographed yesterday are growing at rapid speed. Two more flowers opened where there was only one before. Shooting this much in the […]

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Mysterious Language

While sitting outside enjoying the afternoon sun I noticed two mushrooms near our peach tree. The larger of the two mushrooms was sheltering a smaller one. I had to grab my camera and start exploring […]

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Rainy Nights

It’s been raining a lot today and I had the joy of pulling a muscle in my back which has kept me indoors. Even though my movement was restricted I was still able to go […]

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Macro at the Adamson Estate

On my way home from an appointment I decided to take a quick stop at the Adamson Estate. It’s been awhile since I stopped in last and it was much cooler when I had. Today […]

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Macro Study

Tonight’s meeting with the Brampton Photo Group consisted of a slide show of member’s Black and White images along with a macro presentation. Afterwards we headed outside to do some evening macro shots. Here are […]

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Journey Through the King’s Forest

Back to Hamilton today to continue the hike northward on the Bruce Trail. It was crazy warm but it didn’t stop me from getting out to wander the King’s Forest. In the few short weeks […]

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Backyard Blooms

Sakura trees are not the only thing blooming this time of year. Many of the fruit trees are flowering and that means more flower photographs. The photo below is the blossom of the apple tree. […]

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Trillium Heaven

Today I went out photographing with my friend Roy, editor of Outdoor Photography Canada magazine, in order to take advantage of the short flowering season of the Trilliums. I decided the best spot would be […]

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Spring is Finally Really Here! Woohoo!

Okay yes I’ve said this before but really and truly its here. And the reason i know this is because the trilliums have started to bloom! That is always the first sign of spring here […]