Thursday, January 25, 2007

ROUND ROBIN PHOTO CHALLENGE: MACRO


It wasn't until Steven explained the intricacies of 'macro' that I understood the process and realized that not only did my camera have the capabilities but I had been utilizing it all along!  I found these images in a file I shot over the Memorial Day weekend at the Colorado Springs Pioneer Days Celebration in Old Colorado Springs earlier this year.  The market place was filled with booths that appealed to all of the senses.  The sights, the sounds, the scents and the rustic textures recreated the atmosphere of the old west of days gone by.

ROUND ROBIN PHOTO CHALLENGE: Macro

8 comments:

nhd106 said...

Excellent job!!  I have no clue how to do this one....
Great shots too...

Nancy

lrnorris said...

Lovely!  Just lovely.  And to think, you've been doing macro all along!  Must mean you are a natural!  Linda (Lou)  (www.blahblahblog.wordpress.com)

jabarett said...

Neat interpretation. I really like the "Reflection" shot.

radar446 said...

Nice entry Dorn...Macros are a technique all their own, but can be quite fun.  I am just now starting to play around with them on a larger scale.

Greg

ondinemonet said...

Wow!

Excellent job! Those lemons look too yummy for words. :) Really good entry darlin!

Always, Carly

mtrib2 said...

I like the collage you have done with the different textures and complimentary color schemes.    mark

queenslanderk said...

What a great set of photos. I couldn't get the 4 squares to happen. Love the wind chime and lemons. Kerrin

rjet33 said...

That sounds like something I would enjoy doing!  I always loved the parade in Palmer Lake on July 4th and the arts and crafts festivities afterwards.  Even after we moved to Broomfield, my daughter and I would travel back to Palmer Lake for that.

Blessings!~
Susan

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