Macro Monday & Geometry #4

Macro Monday is hosted by Lisa of Lisa’s Chaos. If you love macro photography, this is the place for you!

Peacock’s Pride


A peacock feather from a bouquet on a side table in a bedroom
of the Daniel Webster Mansion in Marshfield, Massachusetts.

Geometry is hosted by Katney of Katney’s Kaboodle. If you’ve got a line or an angle on a great shot, Katney wants you to share it.

Bridge in Fog


Bourne Bridge hiding in the fog, yet still displaying beauty in line, curve and angle.

28 thoughts on “Macro Monday & Geometry #4

  1. Yes, that’s a great photo meme. I participate when I’m able to blog. BTW, when I was growing up my mother used a few peacock feathers to decorate. To this day, I still love the colors in peacock feathers. Very nice photo! Interesting composition angle and shadows.
    .-= gel´s last blog ..Amputation Hurts =-.

    • Gel — thanks. There were so many windows in the room and so much light, this was about the only shot I had that didn’t include my shadow.

  2. OMG, I saw your playlist. I LOVE Meatloaf’s “Paradise by the Dashboard Lights!” Correction: Our playlists could be virtually identical. Billy Joel, Jim Croce, etc. All faves!
    .-= gel´s last blog ..Amputation Hurts =-.

      • hehe, Gel devilishly writes, this doesn’t give away my age, because I’ve always been a late bloomer. I didn’t even own a record player as a teenager. (LOL- now you’re going to put me back 20 years more!) Regardless, great music. I’ve always been eclectic in my music taste. Remember Gem and I are dancers, so we love music from all time periods. Anywhoo, you know approximately my age given the fact that my daughter from my 6th husband is now at college, although she began college young… so I have to be at least 25. 🙂
        .-= gel´s last blog ..Amputation Hurts =-.

  3. Your bridge is jsut as areched as Lew’s, but thre are probably days when you wouldn’t know it. I was looking at lines in the fog yesterday, but when I had a chance to get a shot the fog had lifted. I was going to call it fuzzy geometry.

    I had a chance to snap some peacocks a couple of years ago. Their feathers are incredible–not just the tails, but the “body art” is great.
    .-= Katney´s last blog ..It’s Geometry–1928 =-.

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