Silent Nature and A. J. Windless
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A close up of tiny yellow flowers that look gigantic with the marco lens.
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July 1, 1992   Film: Kodachrome 64
Only one or two inches high, you could easily step on these dainty little flowers and not even know it. It was no easy task for me to get my camera set up on its tripod at ground level only two inches away from these  little mountain gems. When this photo was created hardly anyone had a 28 mm macro lens. A lot of photographers owned macro lenses but they were almost always telephoto lenses and used for shooting close-ups of butterflys, bees, and other small subjects. The difference here is that I can be very close and still get a very wide view, in some ways making these tiny little characters look huge.
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