"Macro Art In Nature"

Explorations in the artistic world of macro photography.

Macro Abstract

© 2006 – Michael Brown
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Have been trying to keep up with this blog, and to go down the list and visit about 10 other blogs per day while doing a million other things. Still, I am sort of managing in keeping up with it!

This is a abstract macro type shot that I took yesterday, and I am trying to write up a article on how I approach abstracts in the world of macro, and maybe our Sr. Editor over at NSN can use it, … plus I am working on a idea or two that may be something to persue farther with the newspaper.

This is a abstract shot deep within the throat of a daylily flower right where the pistil and stamens emerge from the throat. I have many more similar to this, and will get to uploading them to my portfolio later.
They are fun and easy to do!


Everyone take care, and we will see you next week sometime!

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May 12, 2006 - Posted by | abstract, art, composition, Digital, flora, flowers, horticulture, macro, nature, outdoors, Photo Blog, photography

14 Comments

  1. i’ll have to give it a try.. like the fact that you made this out of something in nature…

    your blog definitely makes me want a macro lens as well..

    Comment by RensNL | May 12, 2006

  2. great stuff Mike – I must try the technique out! cheers ;)

    Comment by david kleinert | May 12, 2006

  3. Mike,
    You need to be looking for a publisher. Do a book like Tony Sweet’s on flowers. He combines his photos with a description on how he did it. You could easily pull out your many comments from this blog, spiff ’em up a bit, match them with the appropriate photos — and you’ve have a publishable book.
    Donna

    Comment by Donna Hughes | May 13, 2006

  4. Another idea — self publish a book or CD. Self publishing a book may be a lot of work, but Michael Reichmann just did it. Art Morris and John Shaw just came out with books on CD. They are selling them direct. That would be a good way to get started.

    Your comments are very insightful. I learn something. I’m entertained. Your blog is popular. That should tell you that people are interested in reading it as well as looking at the photos.
    Donna

    Comment by Donna | May 13, 2006

  5. Only 10 blogs :-) Sheesh I do that about 3 times aday LOL

    at least 15 photo blogs and 15 personal blogs LOL

    Comment by Doris | May 13, 2006

  6. This is a very beautifully colored piece, almost relaxing. Feels like a dream.

    I appreciate the time you take out of your schedule to stop by and visit, and comment.

    I too try to keep up with online projects, as well everything I do offline. Sometimes it is rather daunting isn’t it?

    I look forward to the work and tips that you share. Keep them coming (when you can). They are very much appreciated.
    :)

    Comment by Solaria | May 13, 2006

  7. Refreshing images.

    Comment by John | May 13, 2006

  8. Gorgeous colors! Well done!

    Comment by sil | May 15, 2006

  9. Beautiful, as usual. I agree with the others; your images are definitely worth publishing.

    Comment by Paul | May 15, 2006

  10. mmmm, that is lovely!!

    Comment by micki | May 15, 2006

  11. I love the colors. Reminds me of Rainbow Sherbet! That’s not a bad thing. Lots of good child memories involve sherbet.

    Comment by Plankton, Evil Genius | May 15, 2006

  12. Keeping up is hard to do this time of year. So much going on.

    Happy you find the time to share with us.

    Comment by Marc | May 16, 2006

  13. Hi Michael, nice abstract! Sorry i haven’t been here very often :) Each time i came you seemed to be unsure as to whether you will continue with the blog or not, that’s th feeling i got :( Hope you do continue.

    Best wishes from Switzerland
    Neil

    Comment by neil | May 17, 2006

  14. I love the colors! Has a nice calming feel to it.

    Comment by Sandy | May 21, 2006


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