Sunshine’s Macro Monday #31

Last week I had multiple raindrops.  Today, I have a single raindrop captured on a much colder day.  Now it is your turn.

Frozen Raindrop
Frozen Raindrop/Teardrop


What is macro photography?  Basically, macro photography is capturing small subjects with larger than life results. A true macro shot could be anything magnified at a ratio of 1:1 or higher.  For the purpose of this challenge, we will not be strict with the 1:1 rule.  I am more interested in people having fun looking for the details, whether it is true macro or close-up photography.  A macro lens is not a must.  Great results can be obtained with whatever zoom lens and camera is on hand.

Everyone is welcome to join in with one or more macro or close-up shots each week.  Create a pingback or add a link in the comment section below.


©Irene Tron  All rights reserved.  All photos are my own.

55 thoughts on “Sunshine’s Macro Monday #31

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      1. Thanks so much, Irene 😃 I’d never really done alot in the way of macro photography until I came across your challenge, and it has really made me look more closely (pardon the pun) at items that may lend themselves to the world of macro!!!


    1. Thank you so much, Eliza. There are such few chances to capture frozen raindrops. I am so grateful that this one was right there along the trail, just waiting to be photographed. 😊


      1. Do you mean the ping-back to your site, which doesn’t appear on your site, even though it works from my blog post when you click on the Sunshine’s Macro Monday Link? I’ve re-done it at my end just now, fingers crossed it will work this time xxx


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