Macrophotography: a Tiny Fruit
No idea what the name of the shrub is, but this is a tiny fruit left over from last fall.
Here’s another macro photograph, this time shot with a cheap Russian microscope objective. The company, LOMO, is the inheritor of a great deal of high-end military optical experience from Russian engineers. Probably made in East Germany back when Russia was a presence there.
The image is made up of 37 individual exposures; software has combined them to include only the sharpest portions of the images. The objective provides a modest 3.7x magnification, but the glass is just perfectly designed and made, so the image is thunderously sharp.
Love working with the little objective. It does incredible work.