Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge

I have a few macro photos to share with you of dried flowers and leaves from a bouquet I got from a lovely friend last week.

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Photos taken with an iPhone 6 using Camera+ app macro.

I am joining Lens and Pens by Sally, who hosts each Monday the Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge.

The schedule theme for this week’s challenge is: Macro

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27 thoughts on “Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge

  1. The universe must have brought us together on this challenge. We had similar ideas to show a flower in all its beauty, whether newly bloomed or dried as well as the inner jewels found through macro. Each of your images show the flower’s stunning details. I believe that is a variety of tulip. The architecture of the second image is eloquent. Happy Photo Challenge.

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    1. I side with you. It was a conspiracy of the universe! Wonderful observation, Sally.
      It isn’t a tulip but a little wild flower that I can’t name. It dried before opening.
      The first photo is of the same when open.
      I have to tell you that I though about your lessons on low key, high key, when composing the second photo. The dried leaves and flowers had fallen on a white marble table.
      Have a good week!

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  2. Lucile, although I haven’t posted any yet, I also have a number of shots of dried flowers from various bouquets. So much beauty there, even when dead. I also like the second one, but they’re all good. Enjoy the rest of your Monday.

    janet

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