7 Comments on “Grass Seed Head.

    • Thanks, Phil. It seems to me that whenever I am bent at awkward angles photographing grass, someone comes along to ask me what I am doing. I don’t know why, but I find myself answering, somewhat sheepishly and with a degree of embarrassment, ‘Oh I’m photographing grass.’

      In my mind, being on my knees with my bum in the air and my head firmly planted in a bush photographing a insect is completely acceptable, but there is something unimaginative about photographing a grass seed head. I know it is silly, but the fact is that I do feel this way. 🙂

    • Thanks, Lucy. I don’t know what I would do without a macro lens. I have thought about going X2 macro, but I am happy with X1 macro at the moment.

      • I really regret giving away my DSLR Mike, at least if I had that I could save up for a macro lens. I love my Lumix and it takes great macro pictures for a compact, but I’ll never get quite the shots htat I want with it.

      • It’s a matter of ‘horses for courses’, Lucy. Point and shoot cameras are small, portable and relatively easily operated, but they lack the versatility of a DSLR. Perfection is unachievable for us mortals, which is just as well as we would never stop arguing about it. 🙂

      • Very true Mike. The reason I love the lumix so much is that it’s so easily portable that I take it everywhere – I just wouldn’t do that woth a DSLR.

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