There were a couple of strawberry calyces (caps) in the sink this morning and I got the idea that they might make for some good pictures. It’s a sunny day, so I took one of them out to the stoop where I photographed it using a macro attachment.
A bit of strawberry ‘meat’ attached to the calyx, I thought, made it look weirdly interesting.
Unbeknownst to me, an ant had come to check the cap out and popped out from behind as I was shooting.
To show some perspective, I placed a dime in a couple of the shots.
I’ll say nothing else and let the pictures speak for themselves. Hope you enjoy.
Most of the pictures were taken with the attachment on a 40-100mm zoom lens at different focal lengths, a couple with a 40mm prime. The camera set to Aperture Priority at f/22, and an ISO of 400
2 responses to “Up Close and Personal With a Strawberry Calix”
That’s an interesting idea. Who would have thought that?
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Thanks. I have a very fluid mind. Comes with age