I'm barely squeaking in on this Third Thursday Challenge! Thankfully Brenda gives us extra time to link our projects. Once a month we try something new. It doesn't have to be in photography, but that seems to be where I find myself. I've been wanting to try some macro images that are backlit with a light box. Today, at the last minute, I drug everything out and here's what I came up with.
I guess I should call them abstract, macro, backlit images. You can't always tell when they are!
First, I used a lime.
The hardest part was cutting the thing.
Very tough skin on this one!
This next one reminds me a quilt block called Cathedral Window.
Have you ever eaten any?
Not me, but I understand there's a certain stage where it's safe to eat.
Finding the poke sallet made me think of that old (1968) song Polk Salad, Annie.
Maybe you've never heard of it, but Elvis sang it in 1970.
crushed cinnamon candy
This really smelled good when I was photographing it!
Trying something new not only keeps my creative juices flowing, it helps me learn more about my camera, lens, and settings.
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