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I ♥ Macro ~ Under the Sea?

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I am so late I almost missed 'I Heart Macro' with Lori at Studio Waterstone
It seems that the only time I have posted for weeks now, has been for
'i heart macro',
but today we finally finished our last huge project for the summer,
so hopefully, I can get back to creating something besides buildings
and landscaping.
(I am in the process of putting together a post about
the greenhouse and the new yard;~)


These all looked like 'under sea images' to me when I first looked at them☺ But they are actually garden shots (big surprise)
White and Purple Kale
And a really cool flower I can't remember the name of☺
Check out some Macro goodness by clicking on the pic♥

I Heart Macro.... Infused

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 Can you believe my husband laughed at me when he came into the kitchen and saw me taking pictures of a half empty bottle of olive oil?  lol!

 
 I grew the cacti from seed. I got one of those little indoor garden kits.  I didn't really expect much, but I ended up with three cute little cacti. They live on the window sill in the dining room;~)
It has been a cool and very wet week around here so I went with the indoor "kitchen" version  of I Heart Macro.
Now you should go see what everyone else has been up to over at Studio Waterstone I Heart Macro

I ♥ macro

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I have been wanting to get in on this for quite a while now with  Lori Plyler over at Studio Waterstone. I really want to improve my camera skills. Hopefully this will help☺
I haven't spent ANY time on jewelry or sculpting (I miss it a lot) because I have been a "woman on a mission" this summer. We built a greenhouse so I could (hopefully) grow tomatoes and
then I decided I was done trying to bring a dead lawn back to life,
so we started over.
A lot of work and the weather has only cooperated some of the time;-(
I will  post about the greenhouse progress in a day or two (it really is amazing)
But for today I have some Macro shots that I think came out quite well.
They are all OOTC shots.
(Out of the camera, no photoshop)










The grass seed has started sprouting! Yea!