2020: It’s A Small World

This is my contribution to the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: It’s A Small World prompt.

I’m using the prompt to look back at some of my close up photos from my walks around the neighborhood in 2020.

Wordless Wednesday: 4th March 2020

A Maple leaf on the snow on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario. Taken on a walk around the neighborhood last winter.

One Word Sunday: Fraction

Close up of a Pine cone taken with a 25mm CCTV lens adapted to a mirrorless camera. Picked up on a walk around the neighborhood.

Silent Sunday: 9th August 2020

Red Daylilies photographed with a portrait lens wide open. Taken on an early morning walk in the summer.

Friendly Friday: Red and Green

A red Maple leaf amongst green Ivy leaves on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario. A sign of autumn on one of my walks.

13 replies on “2020: It’s A Small World”

Thanks Tina. I had quite a few photos to pick from but had the post written last Sunday. Then did a minor rewrite this morning.

Thanks Sue. I’d use the 25mm CCTV lens more if I didn’t have to mess around with it getting the focusing to work and if it didn’t feel like it was going to fall apart each time I use it.

Thank you. It was the size of the Maple leaf that caught my eye as much as the colour. It was a fraction of the size of a typical Maple leaf.

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