During our little jaunt to our local park with Dita and Darlings
last week-end, we popped into one of the greenhouses where the humidity and heat from the tropical area immediately steamed up our camera lenses. I waited a good few minutes for the fog to clear but when it didn't, and I spied this stalwart soldier, begging to be captured on film (sounds great but we can't really say that anymore, can we?). Where was I? Oh yes,....so I grabbed my scarf (yikes) and wiped away the fog and snapped away. It was dark so I really upped my ISO but I still liked what I got.
Every Friday when I visit my bloggy friend from Hong Kong, Buckeroomama - I admire her macro photography. So I thought I would join her and many others in this blog hop.
I sometimes pine a little for a real macro lens like the Nikon 105mm f2.8 VR Micro (hint, hint Santa). I often paint flowers in my paintings and am fascinated by the tiny details in them. My lenses do ok for now but I'd love a macro one day.
Stop by Blogging from Bolivia for more macro shots all week-end.
And I hope you find some flowers in your week-end too!