Macro’ing “Everyday”  by rhoing

Macro’ing “Everyday”

One of the things this project has done for me is to “see differently” than I did before. I now notice things I might not have noticed before.

Getting home for a late-ish dinner, the 7 p.m. sunlight hit this common kitchen tool and cast what I thought was an interesting shadow. So from the drama of yesterday's post, something of the “everyday”.

I didn’t get much time in the garden and what time I spent there was determining whether two bumblebees that were [literally] hanging on to different blooms of the same plant were dead, dying or just having an extended siesta. So no post of a bumblebee in flight, which is my current “quest”.

Many thanks to everyone for visiting my last two posts and your fav’s and follows. I have been overwhelmed!

A year ago (“Driftwood + Tiger lilies”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2011-06-09
Yes, I think it's neat how we are all taking on a new set of eyes since getting invovled here. Nice idea for shot. Thom
June 11th, 2012  
Cool macro
June 11th, 2012  
Isn't it funny how our perspectives have changed since being on this project! Love the shadow - beer can or bottle opener?
June 11th, 2012  
@digitalrn Thanks, Rick, for being here every day! I appreciate your implicit encouragement!

@kerristephens Thank you, Kerri!

@sparkleplenty1 Thanks, Joyce. Bottle opener it is. Tonight was a Killian's. :)
June 11th, 2012  
That is a cool thing to notice! I notice shadows, light, and wildlife so much more now too!
June 11th, 2012  
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