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“salmonberry(n.)ˈsæm ənˌbɛr i:    the salmon-colored, edible fruit of a raspberry, Rubus spectabilis, of the Pacific coast of North America.”   http://www.definitions.net

Took the kids for a walk in the park behind our property today . . . first time I’ve been in the park this spring.  It is lush, green and somewhat overgrown with all the rain we’ve had recently.  It was a real treat to find the Salmon-berries ripe and ready to be picked.  Yum!  I took the first shot with my 35mm 1.8 lens ISO 400 and 1/1600 (overcast day and  a steady breeze). Then I added the 20mm Macro Extension Tube for the second shot . . . 

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“If I saw something in my viewfinder that looked familiar to me, I would do something to shake it up.”   Garry Winogrand

I’m playing around with my new Macro Extension tubes.  I really want to do some Macro Photography because I like the abstractness that can be achieved.  I really didn’t do much to this photo other than boost the clarity a bit.  I used my 35mm 1.8 Prime lens with the 20mm extension tube.  Wow!  I’m kind of blown away with how much detail you can capture in an image . . . so anxious to do some more experimenting!  Can you guess what this is?  (Hint: it is a self portrait)

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