For Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge, I found these driftwood pieces collected in the past from Lake Michigan’s Shore. Worn, weathered, beaten and battered smooth they make a perfect subject. I shot this collection of macro shots using a background of manila braille paper, black cloth and and the back of a legal pad. I utilized a 20mm and 36mm Extension tube. Enjoy!
Driftwood is so evocative. What a great study!
Yes. I hear the waves, the sand at my feet and feel my mind wandering 🙂 Thanks for sharing.
Great idea with exciting results.
Such a wonderful gallery for this week’s challenge. Thanks for playing.
wow. I realy like this series.
Thank you! Nice to have you look in.
Driftwood can be so pretty and end up looking like something else……
Always enchanting…the one piece has a face with smile, wonder what all it has seen in its travels
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