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interesting perspectives…monthly blog circle

my take on interesting perspectives. i love the detail macro photography offers – it lets you see common objects in a way you’d never seen them before.

and in case you are wondering what these are….

1. pineapple core remover (don’t know if that’s the right name, but you get the idea)

2. egg slicer

3 and 4. citrus juicer

5. steamer basket

6 and 7. egg separator

8. ravioli maker (this is an exotic one…courtesy of my mother-in-law’s amazingly stocked Italian kitchen)

9. wire skimmer

10. chex!

this post is a part of a monthly blog circle. please click over to Adeena’s blog to see her interesting perspectives!

 

 

  • Keri Webb - Love your processing on these. I never would have guessed what 3/4 of these were if you hadn’t said what they were.ReplyCancel

  • Danika Dickson - Amazing work Nina! I love the detail you’ve captured! Makes me want to get more creative with my own macro lens! I’m so glad you are in this group with us <3.ReplyCancel

  • Linda - These are amazing Nina! I love the processing, I love how they all go together. And I’m so glad you included what each item was or I would be driving myself crazy trying to figure them all out. #9 is fantastic!ReplyCancel

  • Adeena - Wow!! These are so cool! I’m so glad you gave us the answers, as I would not have guessed some of them. 😉

    Great work this month!ReplyCancel

  • Renee Gravelle Bonuccelli - gorgeous! Your processing and light is amazing – so fantastic! Great work this month – very interesting perspectives!ReplyCancel

  • Mary - Soooooo cool, Nina! Love your take on perspectives 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Jo Lien - Your macro work lately has been really awesome! I love the industrial lines and textures in these!ReplyCancel

  • Michele - Macro IS one of the most fascinating perspectives!ReplyCancel

  • Sandy - How cool are these? Seriously love them – very interesting, I so enjoyed your work this month.ReplyCancel

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