Photographing the Earth, one millimeter at a time . . .
Vatican Museum in Rome by CalevPhoto
Many start blogging to easily share there daily activities with family (but more than your family find your blog and you start talking more about nature)!! Others use there blog to talk about olden days when we were kids!! Like turning 8 years old and visiting my Aunt and Uncles campsite here in Allegany State Park. Joe (my cousin) and I would spend numerous hours playing in the stream trying to catch the largest crayfish. Darn those Raccoons . . . . they must have recognized the camper because they could always find our best hiding spots (when keeping the Crayfish overnight)! I still don’t understand why my Aunt and Uncle wouldn’t let us keep them inside the camper?
Fly Macro Shots by CalevPhoto
We are no longer 8 years old and no longer searching for crayfish together. But, 25 years later my cousin and I find that we still have similar interest! Joe has a family with 2 adorable kids and well . . . . I have two adorable cats! We are both photographers and submit pictures to flickr. I was shocked to learn that we are also both bloggers!! Although, Joe’s blog has been more about his work at Microsoft and describing things that I don’t have a clue are!! On occasion he would post some of his photography or family related things. To keep his work blog separate with his personal stuff . . . Joe created a new blog called “Photographing the Earth, one millimeter at a time . . . “. Please take the time to visit his site and you will be amazed at his numerous macro photos that is his passon! You will see things from aphids on ladybugs, to amazing up close shots of velcro (my fave post so far) and some indepth discussion on different camera equipment!
Water Drop by CalevPhoto
So please visit “Photographing the Earth, one millimeter at a time”!
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