Category Archives: Macro Mondays

Themed macro images for the Flickr group, Macro Mondays.

This week’s theme for the Flickr Macro Mondays group is “Sound.” From this week’s instructions (via Moderator Steve Crawford:) Sound is defined as “vibrations that travel through the air or another medium and can be heard when they reach a person’s ear”. This week, make a photograph of something designed and built by humans for the specific purpose of […]

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This week’s theme for the Flickr Macro Mondays group is “Spiral.” From this week’s instructions (via Moderator Hans Holt): A spiral may be described as “a curve or winding shape that winds around a central point”. Many times it shows a continuous decreasing or increasing curve (= a continuous and gradually widening or tightening), either […]

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  • Tim Keppler - I love the reflection and the refraction that it create. The thickness of the mirror on the 2nd photo produces a double image below, somewhat distorting the original. Maybe it was unintentional, but it is cool!ReplyCancel

This week’s theme for the Flickr Macro Mondays group is “Pastel.” From this week’s instructions (from Vasanthi Balson): This week I am asking you to submit a photo that has pastel color(s). Either you can fill the frame with predominantly pastel colors or choose to photograph an item (or items) with predominantly pastel colors.  Pastel colors […]

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This week’s theme for the Flickr Macro Mondays group is “First Letter of My Surname” From this week’s instructions (from George Frizzell): For this week’s theme you are required to be creative and have some fun as you get to, within reason, choose what you are going to photograph. Please read on…… There is only […]

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This week’s theme for the Flickr Macro Mondays group is “What is That?” From this week’s instructions (from Vasanthi Balson): An Interactive theme for this week.  Your photograph should raise the question “What is that?” in viewer’s mind.  Photograph must be taken in such a way that the subject is not easily recognizable.No Blurred (Out of focus) […]

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