As a child, Dale was fascinated by the world closest to him; the world that was at eye level or lower. It was a world of small things such as flowers, bugs and the like. As he grew older, his world expanded to larger things of course but recently, with the purchase of a macro lens for his camera, he reverted back to his childhood fascination and everything about the small world became his passion once again. Read his story in the October-November issue of Our Canada.
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Oil and Water
Oil on water with a colourful background.
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The tip of a red crayon is a sunburst of colour.
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Every snowflake is unique, especially a macro shot.
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This colourful spray bottle nozzle makes a cool macro photo.
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A woodlouse is considered to be a crustacean!
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This yellow jacket is just beginning to build its home.