"Macro Art In Nature"

Explorations in the artistic world of macro photography.

Brazil Agate Abstract Macro – Stitching.

The first image is a abstract from a cut slab of Brazil Agate rock.
What has been fun lately within the past few weeks, is to find interesting subjects that I could stitch together.

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Brazil Agate Rock – Abstract


© 2009 – Michael Brown
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Brazil Agate Rock – Stitched


There is always something cool to create in macro!

Take care everyone, and thanks for stopping by.

Michael Brown – Photographer
“Macro Art In Nature” – Website

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  1. I like the second one. like a flame

    Comment by severnyproductions | June 30, 2009 | Reply

  2. WOW! Great abstracts, stitching is great, but to symmetrical i guess. First one is just superb.

    Comment by Ilya | June 30, 2009 | Reply

  3. Nice idea Michael – and perfect image for it.

    Comment by Mark | June 30, 2009 | Reply

  4. Very nice!

    Comment by Romania Photos | July 1, 2009 | Reply

  5. Oh my! These are gorgeous. Before I read the text I was thinking these were some of your floral macros.

    Comment by Roberta | July 1, 2009 | Reply

  6. Great idea, the first is sublime!

    Comment by Gill | July 1, 2009 | Reply

  7. Thanks everyone!

    As far as the stitching goes, … it is something that I have been meaning to do for a while.
    Now, it seems that I am finding all sorts of neat looking stitched type variations, … and it’s fun!


    Comment by macroartinnature | July 1, 2009 | Reply

  8. Simply stunning Michael! I find the first one as more appealing as I like the unfinished lines. It’s like showing the motif only partially which is kind a provocative and that’s what I like. The second one reminds me some hindu floral patterns. It’s like growing water lily bud. Perfect!

    Comment by Tomas Turecek | July 10, 2009 | Reply

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