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Happy Macro! What else would I photograph but food, specifically tomatoes. I soaked these in olive oil, LOTS of garlic and a bit of sea salt for my delicious margarita pizza. This recipe is especially wonderful when you have homegrown tomatoes.

I had the pizza, wine and chocolate this past Thursday night during my “me night“. Me nights are the bomb, don’t you think? And I watched one of my favorite movies…

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Have you seen Jane Austin’s Emma with Gwyneth Paltrow? If not, and you’re a period film lover, get thee to a television and soon! It’s such a wonderful comedy.

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My favorite character is Miss Bates. Sadly, I relate to Miss Bates – she’s quite chatty.
And I sometimes relate to old Mrs. Bates – she’s quite batty.

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Again, really. Doesn’t this make you want to go back in time and be…well…



It’s time for “I Heart Macro” slash “I Heart Close Ups: Up Close Photography for Macro Makers and the Camerologically Challenged”. Join me by blogging your up close/macro picture of the week. Grab the button* to show that you’re participating and link up here.

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Copy the code shown above. Go to your blogger and instead of using the “compose” tab, click on the “edit html” tab. Paste the code you’ve just copied. Then switch back to the “compose” tab and you’ll magically see the button! Finish your post, publish and you are done. Easy peasy.


18 thoughts on “i heart macro

  1. Deep red tomatoes… my mouth is watering! I actually haven't seen Emma yet; thanks for the recommendation, and the reminder that I definitely need some "me" time. Have a great week!

  2. You make food..everything wantable! The tomatoes look Scrumptious! That is a real favourite movie of mine too Emma. What a sweet life Im sure some people had back then! I would love to be able to see thru a time warp the moral behaviour back then! Im sure people really were kept in their place compared to today.

  3. ooo, those toms look SO delish! Yum!I'm here early this week! ha! But next week {even tho' there WILL be a post on my blog} there will be no link as my laptop is going on a spa vacation! ;o)Hope you will pop on by next week anyway….I am SO enjoying this challenge, it's got me hooked on macro! thanks chick! ;o)hugshello gorgeous xxx

  4. YUMMY!! Both the picture and the subject matter look delicious. I will be giving this recipe a try. My daughter and I get together a couple times a week for dinner, and this looks like the perfect light recipe to try this summer.

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