Point of view is everything. And that is particularly true when considering these amazing macro photography by Ondrej Pakan. He takes scary crawlies that you’d normally steer clear of and turns them into something stunning. Blue Damselfly credit: Ondrej Pakan Red Sonya credit: Ondrej Pakan Dew Covered Bug Eyes credit: Ondrej Pakan
macro photography Archive
We are constantly amazed at how photographs of this topic seem to be never ending; every day there is increasingly more that is as stunning as the last one. For instance , in the photograph here, “In the Breeze,” we get to see a dandelion seed launching itself into a new zipcode, ready to set
image credits The things we cannot see with the naked eye are often far more beautiful than we can even begin to guess at, and the relatively new art of macro photography is opening worlds to us that we could hardly have dreamed existed before it became possible to produce such stunning images. 1. The
image credits Macro photography is surely the most stunning kind of imagery, capturing images that the naked eye could never hope to spot, and Corrie White, 61 years old, and a mother of four, resident in Canada at London, Ontario, is without doubt one of the best, in the execution of this complex art form.