Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the Details Take 2

I don’t normally have a second go at the Weekly Photo Challenge but I had to this week.  Why?  because I finally got my shiny new 100mm F2.8 IS L macro lens!!!!

Haven’t had much of a chance to take it for a spin yet but here are two shots I took yesterday of Clematis flowers that are forming seed heads after flowering.

All fluffy! – click to embiggen and see all the details

All swirly but each strand is made of many smaller strands! – click to embiggen and see all the detail

 

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Mad keen photographer figuring it out as she goes!
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22 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the Details Take 2

  1. nekouta says:

    I love macro pictures, they are fascinating! Great picture by the way! ;D

    • lensaddiction says:

      Thanks, I have been saving a long time to get my macro lens, now I have a whole new world to explore with it 🙂

  2. terbar75 says:

    Stunning macro!!

  3. thephotoseye says:

    I especially love your second image. And macro is the way to go!

    • lensaddiction says:

      I suspect that I could easily get lost in macro if I allowed myself, such a different way to see the world

  4. saltypalette says:

    Gorgeous!! Congrats on the new lens – it looks like you are off and running 🙂

  5. SkiDaddy says:

    I think a macro lens is in my future, near future hopefully.

  6. chiptheduck says:

    Very fine photos. Think I want to treat myself to a macro lens!

  7. Feels like touching them with the tips of my fingers, so light-ly! Wonderful…

  8. I, too, really like the spiral image! I am also hoping to get another camera to delve more deeply into macro….

  9. Rick Diffley says:

    Enjoy you new macro lens. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Two good starting images.

    • lensaddiction says:

      Thanks Rick, I have discovered I suck at handholding so going to have to work more with my tripod to get sharp images 🙂

  10. Tina Schell says:

    That second shot is really beautiful – enjoy the lens!

  11. Peter S says:

    Wow that is a stunning picture! I’ll have to check out that lense!

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