This is a topic we have tried on previous occasions, and although difficult we enjoy the challenge. Superb efforts this time.
Anne was pleased with her image of teeth
Brian chose this shell picture at the edge of the sea, commenting that it illustrated a circle of movement with the water swirling round the shell.
Both Athol and Ruth chose Athol's picture of a watch balanced on macaroni (No Athol - the topic is Macro not Macaroni!) Athol used the macaroni because it matched the colour of the watch's hands. Ruth commented that the round of the watch was reflected in the round ends of macaroni.
This clever picture from Athol however was also popular with the members
Bob used a lens extender on his camera to achieve the close focus required. He liked this shot which focuses on the flower's stamens.
Les admired this shot as a good macro picture. He liked the pattern and design and the fact that it was just sharp in some places.
Marthe chose Brian's "Pile of pins". She thought it leapt out and caught the eye. She liked the glints of light and the fact that the picture is sharp.
This was Brian's own choice, which he chose for the composition, angles and shapes.
Fiona chose this from her pictures, as one that had needed the most effort. She was pleased that it was so well focused.
Sonia also liked the bubbles pictures, but chose this picture of a shell because of the minimal approach and the shadow.