Macro

We hear it sing.

Wall of flowers by Shannon

Wall of flowers by Shannon


Go ahead. Make my day.

Doorbells at Manchester City, England by Jon Wild

Image of Doorbells at Manchester City, England by Jon Wild


Learning never ends – Neil Johnson

Snowy Fence. Union Square, Manhattan, NYC by Neil Johnson

Snowy Fence. Union Square, Manhattan, NYC.

Photo by Neil Johnson


We’ll be right there.

Papillon and Marguerite flower by Swann Chedemail

Macro shot of an papillon and marguerite flower by Swann Chedemail


Saturated.

Bubbles and foam by Janet Waters

Photo of Bubbles and Foam by Janet Waters


Bloom again.

Hydrangea ready to bloom by Sky-Genta

Hydrangea ready to bloom.

by Sky-Genta


Marching to a different drummer.

Muscari, a spring flower. Japan, 2008 by Sky-Genta

Macro photo of an Muscari flower. Among the earliest garden flowers to bloom in the spring.

Capture by Sky-Genta, Japan, 2008


Photo Finish.

Camera in Sand by Peter Lippmann

Camera in Sand.

Photo by Peter Lippmann


Dandelion don’t tell no lies.

Dandelion escape by Ines Perkovic

Dandelion escape by Ines Perkovic


Come and paint our day.

St. George's Day at Barcelona, Spain. Photo by Cpcmollet

Rainbow Roses on St. George’s Day at Barcelona, Spain

Photo by Cpcmollet, 2011


Ripe and Juice.

Macro Shot of Apricots Fruits

Macro Shot of Apricots Fruits.

(unspecified stock image & unknown photographer)


Hot Lace.

Caterpillar and queen anne's lace silhouetted by Peter Baumgarten

A caterpillar and some queen anne’s lace silhouetted against the reflection of a bright orange sunrise.

Photo by Peter Baumgarten

 


Summer, summarized.

Quintessential summer. Photo by Xosé Castro Roig

Quintessential summer. Relax on the terrace of a café with a sea horizon.

Photo by Xosé Castro Roig


Color for a Black and White Day.

Dahlia garden, Pennington, New Jersey by Nathan Siemers

Macro shot of Nosha’s Dahlia garden at Pennington, New Jersey by Nathan Siemers, October 2008


Will eat you!

Macro Shot of Physalis Fruits. (unknown photographer)

Macro Shot of Physalis Fruits. (unknown photographer)

These fruits encased in an unusual, lantern-like husk are part of the nightshade family and thus share a relation with the much more familiar tomato. Since it has a mild, refreshing acidity similar to the tomato, it can be used in many of the same ways. Imagine enjoying some pasta with fresh physalis sauce! The berry also goes by the names Golden Strawberry or Chinese Lantern.


Staring and wondering.

PurpleBlue by Elwira Kusz

PurpleBabyBlue.

Macro shot by Elwira Kusz


As an awkward turtle we are very patient.

Snail Florek by Bd & JF.


Our nerves could use a drink.

Blue Cocktail with Strayberry.

(wallpaper stock free)


Eye of the Beholder.

Beautiful toned butterfly.

Macro shot by Poesie


One day we fly high.

Caterpillar on a rose leaf.

Taken with Elicar 90mm macro lens by Lars P