Written by timsdd on January 1st, 2011 in Extreme Macro Photography.
The tip of a magnetic dart without the tip!
Tip of the dart….this would be a good size example if you’ve ever seen a magnetic dart. While they are not too common, I should pick like a pencil eraser and a dime for size comparisons….to show you just how close I am getting to these objects and how little it takes to fill the frame.
The yellow item on either side here is a clip on a hanger to show you the size of the article of clothing
Mexican jumping bean escape hatch!
This is some sort of hardware, not sure the exact name. It’s got a bolt shaft and butterfly type hinge on top.
A balloon knot…hard to photograph than you think, hence the B&W to bring out more of the details
A very cool bracelet! Bought it at the country store @ Calvin Coolidge birthplace in VT
Another bracelet…we have hundreds of them here :p
2 lens macro, canon 50mm/1.4, close-up photography, extreme macro, macro photography, reverse ring, Sigma 105mm f/2.8 EX DG Macro Lens, Sigma EM-140 DG TTL Macro Ringlight Flash, specialized macro, magnetic dart, butterfly clamp, jumping bean escape, toys