Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Macro…This one will make you cry.

Posted: June 13, 2016 in Phoneography Challenge
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My usual macro subject is something from nature, often a flower.   Well, an onion is from nature, so I’m not too far afield (so to speak.)  Anyway, here’s my offering for “Macro” this week.

© janet m. webb 2016

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Comments
  1. Lovely, almost as though a beautiful piece of freshly dyed paper were ripped and arranged for enjoyment. Proving how macro can change our understanding of a subject. Very nice. Happy Photo Challenge.

  2. cynthiahm says:

    Great idea. I’m not sure I would have realized it was an onion. Looks totally different this way.

  3. Helen Bushe says:

    You’ve shown that onions are definitely worth a second look.
    When I read that it would make me cry ,I got ready to see some poor wee dead creature. I laughed when I saw it was an onion. .

  4. jpeggytaylor says:

    Gorgeous colour and a clever shot – lovely

  5. Angeline M says:

    Absolutely stunning!

  6. Wonderful abstract painting. Oh wait it’s photo of an onion. Just like the little girl with the iPhone video in the Apple commercial only better.
    Happy Monday
    Carol

  7. Interesting macro. You have such an eye for details that I just don’t see

    • I think all photographers have certain things that catch their eyes, but I think we can learn to see other things as well, although maybe we just have to look harder.

      janet

  8. bythebriny says:

    Amazing how much is revealed when you look very close.

  9. Amazing macro, Janet. Who knew that an onion could look so gorgeous? 🙂

  10. Gina says:

    Wow! I love this!

  11. You got me with your title. I thought it was going to be something sad. Not beautiful!

  12. Perfect! That’s my type of shot! See, even things that make you cry can be beautiful. 🙂

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