Monday, 12 December 2016

THROUGH MY LENS - Macro Images from Mount Stewart Gardens

Once again, these photographs were at taken at the National Trust Property, Mount Stewart Gardens during a photographic weekend. I was trying some macro shots on a camera that they had learnt me, a Panasonic DMC TZ70  Other than the leaf and cone at the end, they are all shot of parts of a gate in the grounds of the formal garden.

I am linking with THROUGH MY LENS

I hoped you enjoyed seeing thesse image.  
I was quite pleased with the camera.

Many thanks for visiting and also for all your comments.


  1. Your leaf shot is divine, and is my favorite. It is ART! Wish I could make a leaf look like this. I would have never in a million years known this was a gate! Now I want to see the Whole gate!!

  2. Some lovely images here. Thank you. I think I like the fourth, the eighth and the last best.

  3. Very impressive shots - Macro photography is fantastic for viewing nature etc from a completely different perspective!

  4. Hello, Margaret. Pretty macro images. I love the leaf. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and week ahead!

  5. Hard to choose a favorite. May the last one.

  6. The camera gets really up close. Nicely done. Thank you for sharing with "Through My Lens"

    Mersad Donko Photography

  7. Hi, You find the most gorgeous places to visit and photograph. The Mount Stewart Gardens are beautiful... I also enjoy your macro shots... I struggle doing macros since mine sometimes look blurry.. You did a great job... Macros help us see the intricate details... Love them. Thanks!

    I published a cute blog post this morning. Check it out when you get time.
    Hugs and Merry Christmas,

  8. You got some beautiful shots. Lots of colors and texture in your macros.

  9. Hello Margaret!
    Wonderful and interesting photos.
    Beautiful colors and textures.

  10. Those are beautiful photos, and such crisp macros. Wonderful!

  11. I can see that you had fun capturing these.Each one is stunning in its own right.

  12. Lovely creative and unusual macro shots Margaret :)