Macro Photography: Remarkable Bits of Life We Overlook
The joy about being a photographer is being able to capture life in a single image. Our eyes skim very briefly on facets of life but sometimes we fail to notice the intricacies that make the wonders of this world so remarkable. Simple things like looking at a bee settle onto a flower or looking at the rainbow spectrum in an insects eye, or even taking just a closer look at the human eye: the window to the soul. We walk around, not taking a moment to just enjoy this little bits of life.
Here we have collected a number of macro shots that hope to inspire and remind us of the little things that can just make you feel in awe. Have a great weekend ahead :-)
A detailed view of Zoology and the tiny creatures we see everyday.
Butterfly (Source: Gustav Persson)
Brown/Tan Damselfly Face (Source: Opo Terser)
Ladybug (Source: Michael Shpuntov)
Mantodea (Source: Vladimer Shioshvili)
High Tech Jumper (Source: Coder)
Eye of Gecko (Source: Alan M)
S Y R P H E (Source: tywak break)
Kahlil Gibran (Source: alphacygni)
Butterfly (Source: GOLDENORFE)
Green Colorize 329 (Source: Marcus Wallinder)
Head On (Source: Charles Lam)
One Exposure (Source: Kristoffer Jonsson)
Treble Clef (Source: Glynn m)
Ranita Curiosa (Source: Ricardo Rico)
Punk Moth (Source: Lord V)
Green Colorize 223 (Source: Marcus Wallinder)
Wolf Spider (Source: Michael Shpuntov)
Pad 3 (Source: Michael Shpuntov)
Human & Nature
Taking a closer look at the beauty of Mother Nature and the Facets of Human Life
A Sea of Stars (Source: Sugargrl14)
Stranger (Source: Fabalina)
I Am Purple2 (Source: dini25)
Keep Straight (Source: OzureFlame)
Macro (Source: my-shots)
Opposites Attract (Source: HD)
Purple Rain (Source: ForbiddenSorrow)
Grass Drops (Source: ViaMoi)
Tiny Fireworks (Source: v1ctory_1s_m1ne)
Motion (Source: cynicalsunshine)
Those Eyes (Source: Michael Shpuntov)
Glittery Ball (Source: ninazdesign).
Here are some Amazing detailed close ups by Joakin Kraemer. You can view more his works here.
Objects and Food Shots
One need never “Object” to viewing or receiving “Food”.
Christmas Lights (Source: Corey DiNardo)
Cuore (Source: midamida)
Ferro flambè (Source: Andrea G)
Retired (Source: Frans Persoon)
A Bit of Whitening (Source: Michael Shpuntov)
Vitamin C for Scott (Source: Michael Shpuntov)
The Big Apple (Source: Mike Golding)
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