Mirror Worlds

The world of photomacrography is made up of immense–but tiny–worlds. Each inhabiting a drop of water, a blade of grass, or the realm of a miniscule portion of a flower.

Pointing my macro lens at these worlds give me the ability–and license–to explore with passion.

Day followed the night of camellias. In the first light of morning, raindrops on the flowers opened these worlds to me.

Wet Camellia

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This entry was posted in Flowers, Photography, Water Drops.


  1. Otto January 31, 2006 at 9:45 pm #

    Wonderful pictures and accompanying text. Is that you I see in the reflected world?

  2. Harold Davis January 31, 2006 at 11:23 pm #

    Hi Otto – you bet, me and my tripod! Thanks for visiting!

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