Macro friday

I decided to do a different macro from my usual flowers today so I picked a lovely antique silver salt pot we have, I love the detail around the rim. It's hard to go out of my comfort zone but I am determined to try. It's macro friday over at blogging for Bolivia, do have a look at the others or join in.

23 comments:

  1. Great idea!! and simply beautiful. Love your shot

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  2. Beautiful shot! I love that just one tiny section of the rim is in focus. And of course I love the bokeh! Lovely! :)

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  3. Love your depth of field! Beautiful!

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  4. This is great! At first I thought it was a fancy cork. :)

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  5. This is so beautiful.. It is so hard not to take photos of flowers. They are so beautiful
    But this shot is great...

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  6. What a beauty! (And lovely object) I'm enjoying all these macro shots of late :)

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  7. Oh, Justine! It's just beautiful! This is such a moody shot and I love the color and the bokeh of the background! It looks inspired to me!!!

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  8. I'm not used to going out of my comfort zone with macros but since my garden flowers are nearly over I think I'm going to have to look elsewhere for macros soon.

    This is a great shot with great definition to the rim.

    :) Rosie

    Centre of Interest

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  9. That's a great idea and I love how you did it! Beautiful!

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  10. LOVE this Justine.
    The angle, the light, everything!

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  11. Hi Justine, wonderful subject, great photo. Isn't macro fun?

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  12. I love that you stepped out of your comfort zone. Looks like it was worth it!

    Tea party anyone?

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  13. Great job....love it!! And so happy that you stepped out of your comfort zone!!

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  14. My macro lens has inspired me to get out of my comfort zone, too. Way out, sometimes. I love the monochromatic effect of the silver. Lovely.

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  15. It's a beautiful shot... wonderful detail and color.

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