Another one from the marguerites on our balcony that I found while scrolling through my archives. I didn’t notice it before!

This is taken with the technique of holding one lens backwards in front of the other. That way you get a pretty good macro lens – which is restricted to only one magnification rate though. You zoom by moving the camera closer or further away. The focussed area is extremely shallow, you can see it on the two petals in the front.

Photo data: Pentax K20D, Pentax DA 40 Limited in front of 50 mm manual lens, f2.8/1.7, 1/160 second and ISO 200.

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