Macro Monday | Winter Dew

Neely Wang Macro Photography

Neely Wang Macro Photography

Neely Wang Nature Photography

Neely Wang Macro Photography

Neely Wang Macro Photography

Neely Wang Macro Photography

Neely Wang Macro Photography

Neely Wang Macro Photography

“Precious moments are like a drop of dew, cherish them before they disappear with the morning sun.” – unknown

This morning was unusually foggy, and I often like to spend these foggy mornings outside shooting the trees covered in the heaviness of the fog. However, today I decided to see what remnants the misty fog and dew had left on their tiny petals, leaves and branches instead. I was not disappointed!

Have a wonderful holiday, and see you in 2015!


31 comments

  1. Beautiful and intricate photos Neely, the 4th one is so perfectly focus ~ shallow DOF with those great webs & droplets…a peaceful shot for a peaceful week. Wish you the best ~

    • Thank you, Randall! I love using shallow depth of field with macro — I know it’s a bit unconventional, but I love the softness and peacefulness it conveys. Have a wonderful holiday week!

  2. Loved each one of them Neely. All of them have these intricate and minute water droplets in the spider web which makes it beautiful. Amazing lookout for these minute details!

  3. Fantastic winter photos! The dew on the pictures add a nice fresh touch, and sharpness is great!

    Thank you for sharing!

    Happy New Year and kind regards,
    Tieme

    • Thank you so much, Catherine! Photography is very calming and is such a great way to slow down and really enjoy everyday things we might otherwise miss. I do love macro photography — it gives such a fun perspective! Good luck with your photography adventures!

  4. Your pictures are so beautiful! Please check out my blog and give me some feedback or advice on my photos! Gorgeous!


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