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These dominoes must be from the 1930s/40s I think. They were my father-in-laws originally. I thought they would make an interesting still life subject as well as lending themselves to some macro shots too.




I must say that I’m really enjoying using my macro lens….. after struggling for a while on my own to get to grips with my Olympus camera and macro lens , I managed to find someone who could spend a couple of hours with me and explain its mysteries. It was well worth the tuition cost to have practical demonstrations and have questions answered. It’s simply a matter of much practise now so that it’s embedded in my brain rather than keep having to look up my notes all the time. Mind you, the old memory ain’t wot it used to be!!

Bye for now   Eileen


4 Comments on “Dominoes”

  1. bisje says:

    Macro and… vintage 🙂 Great shots!

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  2. David says:

    Wow! These are really excellent, both in terms of still life and macro. I’ve always thought your still lifes were awsome but you’ve taken them to a new level with the macro. I can’t wait to see more.

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