Projekt 52/28: Large and small

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28: Large and small (1)

Topic 28: Large and small (1)

Or in this case: Something small looking large, the withered blossom of a spathiphyllum, photographed with a retro adaptor which lets you mount a lens in reverse to achieve a great magnification (these photos show the entire image area – the petal is just about 1½cm in total – ans have just been resized for web-suitability).

But we can go even larger:

28: Large and small (2)

Topic 28: Large and small (2)

The same blossom from the side, even more magnified.

That’s a still good-looking petal:


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  1. FvK

    Ich blick Dich mal lustvoll an. Vielleicht haste ja am Wochenende auch Zeit? Bin gespannt auf den Beitrag :!:

  2. P

    Das ist eindeutig ein Milchreis. Naja, etwas misslungener Milchreis, dennoch Milchreis. Das sieht man doch sofort ;)

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