Gardening · Photography

Close Ups in the Garden

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For a change, I decided to use the 10x macro lens this morning.  I also used an “auto enhance” feature in my photo editing software.  I told myself I’d just hit the “auto enhance” button and whatever the software decided, that’s what I would post.  So here we go. 

I was going to tell you what everything is…but I changed my mind.  Any guesses?

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There.  That was fun, wasn’t it?

2 thoughts on “Close Ups in the Garden

  1. morning light is brilliant for photos…followed closely by the moments JUST before sunset. nice.

    p.s. – come and get some eggs dammit!

    p.p.s. – your girl is broody and is intent on sitting on eggs that will never hatch…she’s got HIGH hopes! she’s got HIGH hopes…someone’s gotta. (lol)

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