Archive for June, 2012

Macro photography is a term used for close up photos. It is a term applied to most close up photos but should actually only be applied to photos which have a 1:1 or closer magnification.

Even though we are on to a new week which means a new theme, I love macro photography so much that I couldn’t stop myself.

More of my macro photos can be seen on my Flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ytreephotography/sets/72157630290532186/


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Do love macro

This is week #25 of the year, and our theme is macro nature. Since I didn’t feel like hunting down an interesting bug, I opted for water droplets glistening in the evening sun. Isn’t that what spray bottles are for anyway?

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Since I now have several venues with which to communicate my photographic vision, I’ve decided to start fresh with my blog rather than try changing the old one. When I first started this journey, my blog was all that I used. However, now I use http://www.facebook.com/YTreePhotography to share daily photos and musings with my photography buddies and those that have joined in my journey. Then there is http://www.ytreephotography.com/ for hopefully my future customers, and http://www.flickr.com/photos/ytreephotography/ for those that don’t use Facebook. At least they can see some of my photos that don’t fit on my website.

I guess you could say that I am evolving… and since I am all about photography, I will leave you with my photo of the day. The reflections were quite beautiful on the river this evening, and this tree caught on the dam with its tire swing still attached really caught my eye.

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My poor lonely blog seems to be the last to receive my attention. Between capturing images, getting the website up (ytreephotography.com) and keeping my facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/YTreePhotography) current, my poor blog is being neglected. I know that isn’t right considering my blog was my first internet tool and can still serve a purpose. I won’t be posting as many photos here since I do have several other options that work better for that kind of thing, but I most certainly will be posting more frequently than I have been. There is much going on, and I do want to document my journey. I know that a photo is worth a thousand words, but sometimes words are necessary too.

So here is a recap of all my current internet resources:
FACEBOOK – http://www.facebook.com/YTreePhotography
WEBSITE – http://www.ytreephotography.com/
FLICKR – http://www.flickr.com/photos/ytreephotography/

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