Hanging in there . . .

Det går definitivt mot høst, i alle fall her oppe i nord! Og September er jo som kjent den første av høstmånedene, men ennå er det blomster i hagen som ikke er helt klar til å gi seg kulda i vold. Dette bildet er tatt med en såkalt ‘super macro’ siden blomstene det her er tale om er relativt små – bare 6-8 mm i tverrmål.
We are most definitely approaching the fall yet another time, – at least here up North!
And September is also the first month of fall, but there are still a number of flowers not quite rady to throw in the towel! This picture has been taken with a so-called ‘super macro’
for details since the flowers we are talking about are rather small – only approximately
6-8 mm across!
Og med så små blomster så skal det ikke mye vind til før ting flytter seg flere centimeter i det øyeblikk man skal ta bildet!  Problemet er jo at med ‘super macro’ så har man gjerne ikke så mye å gå på og dermed hender det ofte at deler av bildet faller ut av fokus – dessverre!

And with flowers of this size it really doesn’t take much wind before they may move at least an inch out of focus just when the picture is taken. The problem with ‘super macro’ is,
of course, that one doesn’t have one inch to give! 🙂
Og derfor er disse bildene det beste jeg kunne få til under de rådende forhold! Snart vil det ikke være flere blomster å vise dere, men antagelig får vi en periode med fargerikt høstløv og andre småting . . . (Forutsatt at vi ikke får høststormer med regn!)

And therefore these pictures represents the best I could get for you under such conditions.
Very soon there will be no more flowers to show you, but hopefully we’ll have a period with
the colorful leaves of the fall (provided we don’t get too much wind and rain!)

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13 Responses to Hanging in there . . .

  1. Per Morten Reigstad says:

    Nydelige blomster Svein!

  2. Your best.. is always Excellent, and it may be Autumn today, but as in your garden so too ours holds lots of colour still..
    Hope alls well ❤

    • Seenorway says:

      Hi, Sue! And thank you! 😦
      Yes, as far as I know everything is fine, and if it wasn’t I’m not sure I’d want to know?! It would create too much stress all around and I’m kind of happy with things as they are!
      I don’t move through the terrain with the same ease as before, but what the heck?! Neither does anyone else at my age! So be it! what?!

  3. Seenorway says:

    Yes, it may, however, provided we don’t get an early rainstorm where most of the leaves fall to the ground at an early stage. But, I’ll be keeping an eye out . . .

  4. utesmile says:

    Very sharp picture, fantastic. I have been in Kew Gardens and used my new phone and I am impressed with the quality. I love that phone.

    • Seenorway says:

      That’s nice! I can’t tip you off to methods as I don’t know exactly what kind of camera, nor programmes that are built into your phone, but have you found something called
      ‘Super Macro’?

      • utesmile says:

        I don’t think I have that built in, as I can’t find it, however if I zoom in ,it is great!

        • Seenorway says:

          Well, let’s check out how far it will follow mine?
          Hold your phone upright and click on the camera ikon.
          Do you see a line with the words ‘Night’ ‘Portrait’ ‘Picture’ ‘ Video’ ‘Proff’ at the bottom of the screen?

          • utesmile says:

            I have : Night’ ‘Portrait’ ‘Picture’ ‘ Video’ ‘More on the bottom – under more there are filters, stickers etc….

            • Seenorway says:

              That’s right! It’s not too different then. Under ‘More’ you’ll find the ‘Super Macro’
              (To the far right on the bottom line I seem to remembner?)
              When you activate this service you may tap your screen where you want the focus to be!
              And the moment you do that, you have about 6-8 seconds to get the shot off. Otherwise you’ll have to try once more and a third or fourth time untill you get it right.
              Please remember it doesn’t cost anything and bad tries may be put into the waste bin! 🙂
              But the successful one will be a picture to remember and you may shoot it av less than one inch distance!!!

  5. -Eugenia says:

    Fall leaves can be just as lovely as flowers! 🍂 🍁

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