I'm still loving my Olympus TG3's ability to take super close-up photos. This morning at work I wanted to check the etched design in a 500 year-old incised pebble and I was amazed at the detail I could see in the photo but not with my aged eyes. I even used the camera like a magnifying glass to examine my old site field notes and get details from maps I was entering into an Excel spreadsheet. I guess I should be buying a hand lens, but hey, the TG3 does the job!
Then at home I went on a walk and took pictures of the various flowers I encountered. The photo stacking feature is kind of amazing - how it keeps everything in focus. It makes flower pictures easy.
|Evil invasive hawkweed|
|Potato plant leaves from my garden|