It took me a while to discover the flower button on my point-and-shoot and experiment with what it could do. Now I have a new old Nikon D5000 and it likes to look at the world up close even more.
All today’s photos were taken with my first DSLR camera, which I’ve had not yet for a month: the first six images (and the last) earlier this month and all the rest yesterday especially for Amanda who is hosting Friendly Friday this week and wishes to see our macros and close ups.
So I took my camera along on a dog walk and pointed it at anything that caught my eye. Probably unsurprisingly, the results were best when the object in question was not moving, either in the wind or because it had four legs.
For now I only have one lens for my camera, 18-55 mm, but I can already imagine how lost one can get in the world of Marco. I mean macro. (Marco is my MOTH. As Amanda says, this means Man of the house.)
And now welcome to southern Tuscany in late September.