From my garden today.
Today, with a little welcome sunshine, I took my mirror-less, full frame camera into the garden to try out the macro lens (FE2.8/90). The poor flowers were a little worse for wear from the recent rain, icy weather and winds and some parts of our garden/jungle are so overgrown I did not venture to capture all my gorgeous camellias.
I did not use a tripod…. not really a good idea with macro shots, but being impatient, I wanted first to see what sort of photos lazy play would give. With the use of a tripod and more manual adjustments the results should only get better.
Even with this quick episode I am pretty happy….. those potato vine flowers are 3 cm across the widest part of the biggest one and the tiny forget me nots are 9mm (less than 1 cm) or less across the widest part of the bigger one!!!! (in summer I find they grow larger)
Where are the fairies?
Hiding…. but there is a little goblin hand coming around the stem from the left.
So there is!
I can see one of his hands.
He is hiding, must be scared.
The more I look at this the more I see my little fellow crouching a bit and clinging for dear life onto the fungi stem. I see an elongated rectangular shape, greenish head with a tuft of orange hair and his right leg bent at the knee as befits his overall clinging or climbing up position. Then on the other side a little fellow has his short right arm stretched up as he curves his body a little to his left. It is like looking at cloud patterns. Imagination running wild, all because of Anne’s comment re fairies.
That’s just brilliant!
Thanks for reading my weird ramblings re the “goblins”.
He is totally there, the naughty critter has ripped the hem of the fairy’s lavender dress. She is sitting under the toadstool.
Clever you noticing that….. yes very naughty. And such a pretty dress it was.
ah but the little hedgepig on the right is even naughtier cos he was looking up her dress….
What a place of mischief is our garden.
………… the above is a discussion that evolved from my simple photo of a garden fungi I posted on Facebook. What a delight that social media can cause such enjoyment and evolution of an imaginative story