A macro shot of a piano’s hammers.
This old till was sitting in the basement of a local community center. I love those old machines where the rivets are apparent and the patina on the buttons tells you how infrequent it was for people to buy stuff that cost more than 200 Fr.
I’ve recently begin to purchase old cameras at flea markets to use as photographic subjects. I’ve tried a few, but my fun is really in looking at them as objects of a bygone era. This one was the first shot in that series and (still) is my favourite.
There’s a second hand bookshop near where I live that had a whole lot of late 19th century prints of obscure Jules Verne books. I thought the covers looked too good to pass, and shot them with my iphone for lack of a better camera.
I find beauty in patterns and occasionally a real close up look onto something (like this pinecone) brings up a new kind of beauty…
A Hipstamatic shot with the weird Salvador lens that creates in-photo reflections.
Guinness IS the blood of Ireland, isn’t it?
I’m rarely moved by macro flower photography and so I rarely indulge in it myself. This daisy however not only screamed to be shot, it screamed to be defaced. Snapseed did the trick!
This little sheet paper bear means a lot to me. It was a gift from my mother in law on my first christmas with my wife’s family. I also find it makes for an interesting photographic subject. This was one of my early attempts at still life photography.