Monday, April 27, 2015

Macro Theme ~ Crinkled, Wrinkled, Folded or Creased

"This theme encourages you to be creative and to really 
look at various materials and objects as they fold, bend, crumpled,
 scrunch or ripple. It might be something you find in the laundry basket, 
something you create by crumpling a sheet of paper, 
a folded origami construction, or a petal or leaf that is naturally wrinkled."

After reading the description to this week's theme,
"Crinkled, Wrinkled, Folded or Creased",
my first thought was to play around with aluminum foil.
Next, I crushed and wadded up a pretty piece of scrapbook paper
and played around with light and shadows.
 
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Flickr's Macro Mondays (here)
And I'm sharing these macro photos with these Macro groups:
 "Macro Monday 2" a Monday photo gallery (here),
and a Sunday photo gallery called "i heart macro" (here).
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“A photograph is a secret about a secret. 
The more it tells you the less you know.” — Diane Arbus
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Happy Click'n!

6 comments:

  1. what fun, i love number 3 of the aluminum foil ... might have to try this one.

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  2. Wonderfully creative, I love the way both shadow and light are revealed. Thanks so much for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro ♥

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  3. Great idea and beautiful shots !!!
    Greetings
    Marion

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  4. Very creativ idea and great shots!

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  5. Very creative macros!!! I especially like the pictures with the crumpled alluminium foil :)

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  6. Great ideas you never know unless you try. I like all.

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