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jaimeconamore .
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A single flower out of an inflorescence.
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jaimeconamore .
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#checkthismacro will come back when I have more to choose from. Do share your images for inspiration.
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Meanwhile, happy and blessed Sunday morning. Appreciate every blessing, enjoy what you do, and like what you see, including this early morning sunrise greeting from a tiny bug.
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The most disliked weed by a gardener is the most photograph weed flower by a photographer. It's edible and nutritious, one can buy it in supermarkets for salad or side dish. Do you want some tea? It's a good diuretic.
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#photojojo #photojojomacro #dandelion #mobilemacro #snapseed #macrobiologist #biology
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Macro Inspiration (August 2)
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This is a cousin of dandelion. Inspired by @luci_andthebirds' dead flowers and weeds. Can you find out which image inspired this post? Find it in the caption of one of the posts tagged #checkthismacro.
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#checkthismacro will come back. Please tag more inspirational macros for my take of future posts.
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#photojojo #photojojomacro #weeds #botany #flowers #mobilemacro
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jaimeconamore .
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Inspirations Accepted
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Tag your macros with #checkthismacro and inspire my next Sunday post.
🏼 all comers, old and new
🏼 mobile phone or DLSR
🏼 unlimited
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Generally speaking, plant leaves have veins that are either reticulated (dicots) or run in parallel (monocots). But how about pines? Check their needles. Are they monocots?
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They're neither. They're conifers.
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Happy weekend wonderful peeps!
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#photojojomacro #photojojo #macrobiologist #biology #botany #snapseed #fadefilter
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Do they actually poop? Indeed, everyone who eats does. This snail used a mushroom washroom. How organic.
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#photojojo #photojojomacro #snail #mobilemacro #snapseed #macrobiologist #biology
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Inspiration (July 19)
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I was inspired by images that both @lotsofsushi and @_dseva tagged to #checkthismacro. The image of water drops made me inspire to go looking for dews on the grasses.
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Thanks for providing ideas for my Sunday image. You may suggest ideas of a subject by tagging your old or latest macros with #checkthismacro.
🏼 old or new
🏼 mobile or DLSR
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In appreciation I'll follow you who inspire me with my post next week. Each Sunday I'll post my take on your photo. Keep them coming. #communityfirst
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#photojojo #macro #photojojomacro # dewdrops #grasses #vscocam #mobile_macro #mobilemacro #weeklymobilemacro
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INSPIRATION For @jj_community #jj_community Thanks to @jj_indetail #jj_indetail.
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I focus on things that we often ignore. I pay attention to the small detail we set aside as we go on with our busy day-to-day life. The tiny things, the spores of a fern, the flower of a weed, the dried seeds, the mosses under our feet, the snails in our garden, the galls on the leaves, the mushroom after the rain, the tiny leaves, the fungus in our food - they are just a few examples of tiny structures and details that inspire me. They make me pause to appreciate the beauty of my surroundings and the value of health and life.
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Continue to tag your macros for my inspirations on future posts with #checkthismacro.

#photojojo #photojojomacro #macrobiologist #inspiration #jj_forum_1264
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Although they lack a nose, moths are great 'sniffers'. They can detect a mate miles away by just using their antennae as scent receptors for hormones odors.
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  •   ariko_s_mura Really adorable 2mon
  •   momentsforzen Terrific clarity and detail, and thanks for providing the educational aside in your description. Rare to see a moth out in the open in bright sunshine!? :-) ... MomentsForZen (Richard) 2mon
  •   jaimeconamore Thanks amigo. @ariko_s_mura 2mon
  •   jaimeconamore The trick is to take pictures with early morning sunshine especially when it rained the day or night before that weakens the insects' wings. They are more steady and you can approach them especially with mobile phones with macro lens. You also need the good soft lighting for a sharp focus. Thanks for the complement @momentsforzen 🏼 2mon
  •   lezajeanne6 Very cool 2mon
  •   jaimeconamore I appreciate it 🏼 @lezajeanne6 2mon
  •   momentsforzen Hi there again @jaimeconamore - You mentioned a macro lens - Which one do you use? It gives wonderful clarity and detail as I mentioned before. :-) ... MomentsForZen (Richard) 2mon
  •   jaimeconamore I use @Photojojo wide macro. I like the convenience of the magnetic plate attacked to my cover without having to remove it each time I use the lens. I have FAQ in an image below. I you wish check the useful tips from Igers in the link on my profile @momentsforzen 2mon

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