A garden is the best alternative therapy.

Macro Monday

Janet, over at Southern Post Journal, features Macro Mondays every Monday (others post Macro Monday shots at Lisa’s Chaos), so I thought I would join in the fun this week.   Here are a few I took with my little Digital Elph – and I also snapped some decent shots of the bees!

broccoli

The newly transplanted calabrese broccoli after a morning misting

red sail

Red Sail lettuce

oregano

fuzzy, sweet Italian oregano leaves

lavender

lavender's new growth

rosemary

rosemary cuttings, fully rooted

spearmint

spearmint leaves

peppermint

peppermint clone

marjoram flowers

flowering marjoram

mm

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Comments on: "Macro Monday" (7)

  1. I love all the texture you captured…and the water droplets are so charming!

    • roundrockgarden said:

      thanks, jenny. i was trying out the digital macro feature i recently discovered hidden in the camera’s settings. i didn’t realize how many textures there were until i uploaded the pictures and looked at them on the big screen. plants are so amazing!

  2. I love the shot of the lavender new growth :o)

  3. Great shots i love the lavender it’s smells so good.

  4. Nice images – fantastic to have a garden with your own herbs in it! I’m thinking that a nice big pot of spaghetti with fresh oregano is in order – thanks for the inspiration!

    • roundrockgarden said:

      indeed, it is nice! we eat a lot of chicken in our house, so this group of herbs comes in very handy! there’s nothing like fresh herbs…

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