My meager offerings for this week’s Macro Monday segment were from a trip to two parks in Atlantic Beach.
I was looking for inspiration without feeling inspired. It was the end of long week, filled with activity and emotion; highs and lows. So I went to my favorite little hideaway park in Atlantic Beach:
I wandered about but didn’t see anything of interest for macro photography but look! There were two owls together on the branch, high in the tree. A telephoto lens would have been useful but it was so fun to watch these birds interact with each other. One groomed the other and was generally more active than his counterpart, who occupied that limb so regally. I kept waiting for one of them to fly off so I could possibly capture the owl in flight but of course, neither did, not until I’d given up and moved away. So, while taken with a macro lens, I give you two owls, in Howell Park.
And finally, the lonely swing. In Jack Russell Park it waits, expectantly, for someone to come along and put it to good use.
Lastly, a Pampas plume, with bokeh.
Not every Macro Monday means magnificence. But I shall persevere because practice makes magnificence.