New challenge Macro Technology

October 14th, 2020
Many thanks to Felicity @fbailey for hosting the Macro Weeds challenge, and to everyone who participated and voted. It was a tight run thing between Carole @yorkshirekiwi and myself sorry Carole, now comes the difficult bit choosing a new topic. I was looking for something not used before with plenty of scope for everyone, hopefully by choosing technology everyone will have access to lots of items and it will provide a wide range of diversity.

I hope that technology is a topic that will prove interesting and I'm hoping for lots of entries, even if it makes choosing the final six a hard task.

I have just noticed macro technology its a subject used before in another challenge so please add the tag macro-techno to your entries.

The challenge will run from 14th October until 13th November 2020.

View entries here:
Macro shots don’t necessarily have to be taken with a macro lens - any photo that makes small objects look larger than life can be considered a macro.

Finalists will be selected and voting will occur shortly after close for entries.

Past subjects have included (in alphabetical order): arcs/circles, brushes, bubbles, bugs, buttons, candy, car, Christmas decorations, Christmas table settings, coins, color, crafts, cups, cutlery, decay, drinking straws, Easter, eye, feather, flowers (2x), food, food packaging, fruit, game pieces, gears, glass, guess, hands, herbs/spices, in-nature, jewelry, key, kitchen universe, knobs, leaf, metal, money, motion, motion, mundane, music (2x), nuts, personal bathroom, plumbing, rust, seeds, shells, shoes, stationary, stone, St. Patrick’s Day, technology, textures, time, tools, toys, water drops, weeds and wood.

I look forward to seeing your entries!

October 14th, 2020
Peter there are photos from October 2019 with the tag macro-technology. Maybe add 2020 to your tag?
October 14th, 2020
@salza Thank you Sally I also noticed it at the same time and have changed the tag to macro-techno thank you for letting me know its appreciated:)
October 14th, 2020
@pcoulson no problem, glad that you had also picked it up
October 15th, 2020
Well done Peter, just quietly I'm relieved. I would have struggled to come up with something different.
October 16th, 2020
Good one.
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