Let’s Be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Macro

I’m participating in the online adventure travel magazine LetsBeWild.com’s Wild Weekly Photo Challenge for bloggers. This week’s Challenge is: Macro Photography! Remember you can click on each photo to view a larger size.

The funny thing is, Let’s Be Wild used a dragonfly to illustrate this week’s challenge theme. Hey, wait, I’ve got one of those too!

Let’s Be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Macro - blue dragonfly
Let’s Be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Macro – blue dragonfly

And to continue with insects, I’ve got bees too.

Let’s Be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Macro - bee on a wild rose
Let’s Be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Macro – bee on a wild rose

I also love taking close-ups of flowers, in the case below a yellow lilium.

Let’s Be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Macro - yellow lilium
Let’s Be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Macro – yellow lilium

And finally a beautiful hibiscus, showing off his pistil and stamens.

Let’s Be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Macro - hibiscus pistil and stamens
Let’s Be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Macro – hibiscus pistil and stamens

16 thoughts on “Let’s Be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Macro

    • I’m glad you like them, Jennay! I almost missed the deadline, as I forgot about the post until late last night. It would have been too bad since I focus mostly on close-up photography.

      • It would have been a shame for you to miss out….they are perfect for this challenge! I’m glad you made it in time! Looking forward to following your blog!

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