Canon 1D Mark IV and Canon 100mm f/2.8L IS Macro at the Botanic Gardens. The water droplets remind me to always appreciate every single little things I have in my life. Enjoy the photos. I then shot the same image above but purposely set the water droplets to be out of focus. I like the
Have you seen a grasshopper drinking water droplet? I shot it doing that this morning at the Botanic Gardens. It uses one of the front leg to scoop the water droplet and bring it to its mouth. I could see the action very clearly through my macro lens when it was doing that. See the
Grasshopper F: “Hey, can you please do it quickly? We are being photographed!!!” Grasshopper M: “It’s OK. We’ll be famous. And don’t move now!! Pause!! He is going to press the shutter button. We will be blur if we move.” Grasshopper F: “Shall I say ‘cheeeseeee’?” Grasshopper M: “No need, he won’t see our smiles.
A little different from what I have been posting lately, here are some shots of nature taken back in 2010 with my Canon 1D Mark IV and Canon 100mm f/2.8 IS Macro. All of them were taken at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Have you slowed down and watch the beauty of creation around you lately?
You can see the heart shape which is the symbol of love as we all know in the picture above. But what was the subject I used to shoot this? Read on to find out. You can find many items at home to shoot if you are bored and with a bit of creative thinking
Flowers are the sweetest things that God ever made and forgot to put a soul into. ~ Henry Beecher (1813-1887) All photos here were shot hand held and wide open at f/2.8 using my macro lens with image stabilizer and natural light coming in from the window. All were taken in a high key mode