I am taking a macro class at the moment. We had a field day Saturday to capture macro shots of bugs, flowers and water droplets. Our morning began at the Wildflower Farm outside of Orillia Ontario with instructions to have fun but make sure you get macros of a bug in focus for the assignment this week. I can tell you that I did not accomplish that task. I took lots of pictures but I did not get one in focus so I will be attempting that in my own garden this week. I think I got a passable picture of the water droplet but I had lots of help with that.
I have quite a lot of pictures to edit but wanted to show you a sampling of them. The flowers are a native plant called Baptisia ‘tinctoria’ or False Indigo that comes in a beautiful blue-purple colour. I grow it in my own garden with a yellow variety too. Of course I loved other things at the farm like the inviting chair and the upturned pot amid the plantings.
I will be joining Mary for Mosaic Monday. Come on over and visit. Have a great week.