Winter Macro Photography

Part of the reason I don’t like winter are the reduced opportunities for macro photography.  Sure, there is melting snow and lichens, but the bugs and flowers are gone.  Fortunately I can find some subjects inside the house, like this fruit fly that was on the patio door glass.


We also have some African violets blooming.


Twelve more weeks or so and the flowers will be blooming outside.

About the roused bear

Nature photographer from central Iowa.
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3 Responses to Winter Macro Photography

  1. I’ll never look at an African violet bloom quite the same way again. What about spider webs? I have plenty of those lurking about this time of year… WG

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