Macro Monday 12/9/19


It’s not literally a Macro shot but a close up from the telephoto, of some recent bird-feeder visitors. I caught sight of these yellow claws so zoomed in for a close up.

Oh man would I love a macro of these guys’ feathers! Beautiful, subtle iridescent colors!

I don’t know who they are…a dove or pigeon of some kind. Anyone?


Or this one…I collect the feathers of our local acrobatic flickers…so pretty.



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4 thoughts on “Macro Monday 12/9/19”

      “Macro” refers to something large, where “micro” means small. … The camera lens you use is the real defining difference between close up and macro photography. Anyone can take a close-up picture, such as with a telephoto lens. But generally, macro photography can only be created with a macro lens

      Just found this explanation. Those photos I took were with a telephoto lens. The beautiful flower pictures you take are probably macro, where you hold your phone right up close to the object.

      1. hmmmm. Occasionally I hold the phone close to the object but I frequently zoom in as well. I do whatever it takes to get a clear picture. But only use an iPhone.

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