Mostly photography, with the occasional philosophical contemplation




Pristine beauty at the Whitsunday Islands near the coast of Queensland

Frost and a new lens


Frosty Hydrangea Frosty Hydrangea2

Thanks to my parents i now have a new lens in my collection. I don’t know yet which lens it is. It is an analog lens which doesn’t exactly fit to the Canon Eos 400D. But it is a bit smaller, so i can still use it. i just put it in front of the mirror and make images. It has a macro function which im already in love with after just a few shots! Bokehlicious and such sharpness!

So now im trying to find out if there is an extension or anything which i can use to connect this lens to the Canon. So far no luck, but im sure there is something out there. And otherwise i’ll just use my own little way. Bit unhandy, but at least i can use the lens ๐Ÿ™‚

Like to share these 2 images i made today of frost on the Hydrangea. Beautiful sight with the light touching parts of the leaves covered in frost.

Bee happy



This bee was very much interested in the Geraniums blossoming in the backyard. Luckily i had the telelens on the camera, so as to take some nice macro pictures. This is one of them and it’s always great to see small things like flowers and insects really come alive in large!

Garden fun

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Today i was at my parents place and couldnt resist taking some pictures using their Canon Powershot 720 IS. Love the macro function; especially since a compact camera can get so close! Thinking about getting one myself, seeing the great result ๐Ÿ™‚