Enjoy this close up view of a chainmaille necklace and get a whole new perspective.
Look close enough at the leaves of a violet plant and you will see fuzz!
Enter the grid… if you dare!
Even in the fall, what is left of the coral bell still looks pretty.
Take a close up view of these curly-q’s that are found on a handmade watch band.
God is in the details and He certainly is in this lovely, pink begonia. Also look carefully and you will see another of God’s creatures in this photograph.
Take a close up view of some rocks in your garden. You might be surprised at the colours and textures.
Take a close up look at your candle holders such as this lovely one featuring a pretty, green porcelain rose.
In a Monet-esque photo, a lovely foot bridge arches over a stream. Taken at Churchill Park in Cambridge, Ontario.
Angel the cat takes a long nap on a rainy day. Can’t go exploring today, so might as well sleep.
These beauties seem to keep coming in the backyard. A lovely yellow sight. What is still coming up in your late Summer garden?
Take another look at the patterns and shapes that a household basket has. Who knows, it could make for an interesting photograph.
Zoom in and get a new perspective on a bird perched way up high on a tree branch like this Mourning Dove.
Diamonds are everywhere, even on a leaf near the ground.
Reflect on the beautiful and simple things in life.
Take a new point of view at every day objects in your home such as a fan. Look at the detail and lines of it, and snap a photo.
Take a new look at things you have in your garden, besides flowers, such as this wagon wheel.
The bark of this birch tree seems to have a lizard of some sort that is smiling. Must be smiling for the camera!
These guys, sandflies that is, seem to be in an abundance this year. Personally, I don’t like them and they make my skin crawl. But, they do make for great photo subjects.
This grasshopper certainly was patient with me as a snapped away, taking his photograph. Either that or he couldn’t believe that I actually WANTED to take his photo in the first place.
Just like in this photo taken underneath crab apple tree leaves, don’t be afraid to not only take a photo at a different point of view, but to play with light and shadow.
Take another look at the plants in your home and snap an out of focus photo. Who knows, you might end up with a new piece of art.
Take a new look at classic books and more and get a brand new perspective.