Macro Photography - the Forest in close-up - New Forest National Park - Forest life in photographs

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Macro Photography - the Forest in close-up

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This section will look at the wonders that the Forest has to offer in minute detail, that can only be captured with a macro lens.

It will contain a variety of photographs of the flora and fauna in the Forest.

The ability of macro camera lenses to magnify the smallest of detail in a subject is an aspect of photography I find fascinating.

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My garden
Dandelion seed head
[Photo taken 14 May 2016]
My garden
Daisy
[Photo taken 14 May 2016]
My garden
Dandelion flower
[Photo taken 14 May 2016]
Poundhill Inclosure
Lichen on a twig
[Photo taken 14 December 2016]
Poundhill Inclosure
Bramble leaf with dew on hairs.
[Photo taken 14 December 2016]
Poundhill Inclosure
Gorse flower covered with morning dew
[Photo taken 14 December 2016]
Poundhill Inclosure
Intricate spider's web covered with morning dew
[Photo taken 14 December 2016]
Aldridgehill Inclosure, Brockenhurst
[Photos taken 22 December 2016]
Pignal Inclosure, Brockenhurst
Hawthorn berry with ice crystals and water droplets.
[Photo taken 28 December 2016]
Dames Slough Inclosure
Winter scenes on a sunny, frosty morning.
[Photos taken 5 January 2017]
Keyhaven
[Photos taken 14 January 2017]
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