Phoneography Macro and Cee’s B&W Close Up


This week, Sally is showing her “budding magnolia” photos. She captured the incredible details of the buds with her iPhone.


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Mushrooms like these are rarely seen in the field in this part of Texas. I was delighted to capture these three small and delicate mushrooms with my iPhone. 🙂

Take a look of Cee’s stunning closeup shots:

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Happy Tuesday! 🙂


71 thoughts on “Phoneography Macro and Cee’s B&W Close Up

  1. Sorry I arrive so late my sweet friend Amy!I was away from WP again and travelling,just to enjoy the rest of my Easter Holidays,which came to an end today and try to catch up after posting something quickly on Sunday evening while being still by the seaside …
    Such a brilliant close up with wondrous gem-lile droplets!They are so reflective and beautiful!As for the b/w muchrooms,there is no need to tell you that I am stunned!Have never seen this gorgeous umbrella-like mushrooms!
    Indeed,elegant and so graceful!Aptly captured,amazing light nicely setting off their amazing shape!
    Happy Monday ~ Off I walk to walk with you …. <3<3<3 xxx


    • So happy to hear from you, Doda Dear!! I know you have been traveling. We don’t get to see mushrooms on the field often at all.
      Thank you for taking time to visit me and leaving sweet comment. I have missed you…. ❤ ❤ ❤ xxx

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  2. Thanks for sharing these, Amy. You and your fellow photographers entrance and bewitch me with the details, such a drops on a flower and bugs in your post, with the red on it.


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