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This summer I experimented with the macro feature on my camera. Here are some more close up shots I took while taking a nature walk around Trojan pond.

Thistle Flower Macro

Thistle Flower Macro

The first is of some lavender colored thistle flowers. I love how the blossoms are in such sharp focus as the grass and other vegetation in the background is softened and blurred.

Snail Macro #1

Snail Macro #1

I also got a couple macro shots of a snail on its way across the mossy path strewn with leaves and sawdust.

Snail Macro #2

Snail Macro #2

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Double Crested Cormorant #1

Double Crested Cormorant #1

These photos were taken at Trojan pond this summer. At first  I thought this was a duck. It does look a little like one in the small viewfinder on my camera LOL . However as I prepared to post these pictures for sale, I realized that it was a type of bird I was unfamiliar with.

It took me quite a bit of time to figure out what it  was. I tried looking up all sort of different waterfowl on wikipedia with no luck. Finally I decided to check out the website for the Audubon society, which led me to the web page of their Lincoln City, Oregon chapter where there was a section on birds that are likely to bee seen in Oregon. When I was the image of double crested cormorants there, I thought that might be what I had photographed. After looking them up on Wikipedia to see more photos, I was sure.

I love how wistful this double crested cormorant looks standing all alone on the log above his reflection. He seems to be pondering his lonesomeness and looking for a friend as he gazes into the distance. In reality, if you zoom in close, he appears to be munching on something 😉 . Perhaps this is just his favorite fishing spot.

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Double Crested Cormorant #2

Double Crested Cormorant #2

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