From Flickr’s group Macro Monday, the theme is: Diptych. What’s a diptych? From Wiki Answers: A diptych is a photograph that uses two or more different or identical images side by side to form one single artistic statement. The images can literally be in contact with each other, or separated by a border or frame.”
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No THAT is cool. What a great idea to use different sizes in the diptych. Inspiring, as always.
Ohh yea, you know me…rules…we don’t need no stinking rules! 😉 It’s always good to keep thinking outside the box eh?
Nicely done David! The focus, shadows, and color are great.
Thank you Eden, I actually though of just ditching the idea of the diptych and using the image on the right…thought about it! 😉
WOnderful shallow depht of field. I love the shot on the right with the pencils pointing towards each other.
Thank you for visiting and commenting Kevin, it’s greatly appreciated! Given a choice, I too would pick the image on the right! 😀
Great macro, David. I took a similar photo a few weeks ago, but certainly not as good as yours.
Thank you for your wonderful comment Gracie!!
This is really beautiful. The color, texture, shadow and smooth and shallow depth of field are really compelling.
Thank you Terri, I think the hardest part of this image was keeping those pencils still…they kept wanting to roll away! 😀
attractive macro composition!
Thank you for visiting and commenting! 😀 Hope to see you around.