Close-up in July
Today, for the whole month of July, I will start posting close-up photos.
Also known as macro photography 🙂
Macro photography is possible in many ways. There are macro photos available that show you extreme close-ups of insects, flowers etc. In this case, my macro photos are not extreme. They are close-up photos compared to the extreme macro ones.
This year my garden has an abundance of plants with beautiful flowers. It was about time!
Luckily, the first few months were wetter than the last 2 years so, the plants got the chance to grow and everything developed into beautiful full-grown plants.
Accordingly, the presence of buggies was much better too, resulting in a lot of macro photos.
And, one saying is still true. Wait and nature comes to you
Look for yourself how my garden is, down below.
The photography till now
I’ve been able to post photo’s every day.
There’s no lack of material so far.
Macrophotography is the activity, as said earlier, I’ve been doing the last few weeks.
Of course, there were other moments, with different sorts of photography, too.
But the close-up of insects was number one.
Therefore the month of July will be only macro photos. (And maybe August as well 🙂 )
The end of the COVID-19 crisis is near
The COVID-19 crisis kept me close to home, as I mentioned in my post Halfway through 2020, like most of us.
Finally, it comes to an end. At least it looks that way.
Last Tuesday I got my second vaccination for the COVID-19 and hopefully, it makes an end to all limitations we faced in the last year.
We are looking forward to the holiday when we will visit France for about two weeks.
I’m so curious about Brittany! Would there anything interesting to photograph??
I think some more close-up photography will be possible over there amongst other opportunities.
I hope to photograph some nice sceneries, old buildings and anything else interesting.
On our way to our destination, we’ll be very close to Mont-Saint-Michel Abbey.
Then, or on our home journey, I hope to have the chance to visit the abbey. Obviously not for close-up photography.
Either way, You’ll find out soon enough!