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Green on Green in Green

This photo is made up of a green sage leaf half in and half out of a tiny glass of dyed green water with a green plastic chopping board as background.

Group 114 Pictures in 2014 No.16 Think Green
Macro Mondays theme “One Color—My Favorite One”.

Exposure 6 seconds
Aperture f/16.0

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Rubber Bands

Rubber Bands by Richard Le Sauvage
Rubber Bands, a photo by Richard Le Sauvage on Flickr.

This Macro Monday’s theme “Tie”.
Saw my daughter playing with these coloured rubber bands. She was getting them all tangled up and leaving them everywhere. So when she had finished, I was cleaning them up and found two rubber bands stuck together. I decided to tie two more together so that there was one of each colour and the above photo is what I came up with.
Exposure 13 and Aperture f/25.0

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RGB Knot

RGB Knot by Richard Le Sauvage
RGB Knot, a photo by Richard Le Sauvage on Flickr.

This Macro Monday’s theme “Tie”.
To create this photo I used two white tied elastic cufflinks, dipped each end in food dye (Red, Green and Blue). Rinsed off the excess food dye to lighten the colours then tied them by twisting the two cuff links together to hold them in position. They were then placed on a freshly wiped down black cook top to create pattern and reflection. Background was made by the use of a bracelet to make the bokeh effect.
Exposure 2.5 and Aperture f/9.0

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Busy Lines

Busy Lines by Richard Le Sauvage
Busy Lines, a photo by Richard Le Sauvage on Flickr.

This is a close up shot of one of my 19 month old daughters drawings with texters.

She chooses the colours, leaving the lids and already used texters lying everywhere. They are always colourful and very busy filling almost every square inch of the paper. I’m kept kept on my toes by making sure she only draws on the paper not the walls, furniture, books, dolls or herself. This is one of my busiest job of the day. Looking after her even though it is not easy is the best and most rewarding job I have ever had.

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Golf Glass

Golf Glass by Richard Le Sauvage
Golf Glass, a photo by Richard Le Sauvage on Flickr.

This photo of ‘Golf Glass’ is a macro photo of a golf ball in a small plastic cup.
To get this photo I placed a plastic cup on a table and filled with water. Had a background of white table slats to enhance the reflection of light and colours from the water. I then placed a drop of blue food dye into the cup and mixed the water to achieve a light blue colour. Then placed the golf ball into the water and topped the water up so the glass was full. This creates a slight dome caused by the water’s surface tension which refracts the light entering the water and shows us a skewed image of the ball on the surface.

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Sand Play

Sand Play by Richard Le Sauvage
Sand Play, a photo by Richard Le Sauvage on Flickr.

This is a photo taken at the park with my daughter playing with sand and her curiosity intrigued me.

As I watched this it was like watching moments of time passing through her hand one grain at a time. So glad I am to capture moments like this to remember how small she once was.

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