Macro photographs revealing the beauty of water droplets
Many beautiful details of the world remain unseen to us due to the limitations of human vision. That's where the miracles of macro photography come to our rescue – just take a look at how impressive simple droplets of water can be.
Macro photography opens up an entirely new world of beauty
The term photo-macrograph appeared in 1899.
The first true macro lenses were invented in 1950s
Before that, photographers used microscopes and extension tubes to take pictures at high magnifications.
Today, macro photography is one of the staple genres of photography
Plants and living are among the most popular subjects of macro photography.
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Dandelion flowers with droplets at sunset:
Some macro photos look absolutely surreal.
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A drop on a petal:
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It looks like a piece of art:
Nature is an eternal source of inspiration, and thanks to amazing photographic technologies we can appreciate all aspects of its beauty.
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