I’m seeing some blooms. And I’m seeing some petals.
There may be life in this barren wasteland after all.
In an effort to keep myself functional during this COVID-19 pandemic, while still remaining in isolation to avoid catching the coronavirus myself, I’ve set up a small studio with the goal of photographing items in macro – extreme close-up details – and saving them as part of a personal quarantine gallery. Heck, maybe there will be a call for art somewhere that involves a digital online gallery rather than a physical frame-it-and-walk-in gallery. We shall see.
So I captured a few more close-up shots last week, and here they are for your enjoyment.
And just for the hell of it … I turned the above photo into a black and white construct.
So yeah, this is how I spend my time these days … at least until we can get past COVID-19.
Which we will … so long as we keep up with the social distancing and self-imposed quarantine.
We can do this.
See? I have tiny little flowers as proof that we can do this. 😀