It’s time for another edition of the serenity project! Today I want to share some images from a walk through Historical Oakland Cemetery. It’s bizarre how beautiful and peaceful a cemetery can be, and I loved exploring the grounds. Thanks for looking! Make sure to check out Iris Nelson’s post next!

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  • What amazing art you have created Tiffany – such deep rich tones and colours – absolutely beautiful and so serene to look through. Love your art.ReplyCancel

  • These are just stunning, Tiffany! I agree that a cemetery can be a peaceful and beautiful place to walk through. I love what you’ve done here!ReplyCancel

  • I love the way you let all the beautiful images do the talking. You told a wonderful story, with just enough information for context.ReplyCancel

  • Oh wow – you found all those in the cemetery? I love the bokeh you have captured in the first 3 images.ReplyCancel

  • As always, your flower macros are gorgeous! So much variety to enjoy. I will say that my favourite is the blue hydrangea – such a soft, calming colour.ReplyCancel

For Mother’s Day, all I really wanted to do was walk around a garden and do some flower photography. So that is exactly what we did. I had my starbucks (venti vanilla sweet cream cold brew please and thank you!) and my camera and it was a glorious day. My hubby wandered around with my […]

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  • Beautiful macro photography. Love the select focus and fine detail you captured. What a lovely Mother’s Day.ReplyCancel

  • This sounds like a perfect mother’s day to me! Our SB drinks of choice are similar (of course!). Beautiful images! I love the pink tones in the 1st and 6th– perfect for Mother’s Day!ReplyCancel

    • Some amazing photos and great way to spend your special day.ReplyCancel

  • Emily

    What a perfect thing to do on mother’s day! You made some amazing images!ReplyCancel

  • What a wonderful day to spend mother’s day. Your colors are always so rich. Very inspiring macro images.ReplyCancel

  • That sounds like a lovely way to spend Mother’s Day! The light in these images is so pretty – great variety in flowers, too!ReplyCancel

  • Diane

    All so beautiful! What a perfect way to spend the day!ReplyCancel

  • Macro is my ‘serenity’ outlet. Whenever I want a little destress time, I head for my macro lens. Beautiful work!ReplyCancel

Many of you already know that macro is my serene place 🙂 After what felt like a super long winter, I finally got out into nature at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. I met up with some fellow photographer friends and we had a lovely walk around the garden with perfect weather. Here are some of […]

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  • So many gorgeous images. It’s not at all hard to see why macro is your serene place Tiffany. Beaurpost.ReplyCancel

  • Oh these are just gorgeous, Tiffany! Walking through a botanical garden with you taking photos is on my bucket list!ReplyCancel

  • Oh, these are so beautiful. I love working through the Botanical Gardens here in Arizona. I am glad you met up with some friend to walk the grounds in Atlanta.ReplyCancel

  • What a beautiful series of photosTiffany.ReplyCancel

  • So much variety in what you captured that day! It feels so good to be outside after a long winter doesn’t it? My DH and I were just talking about that tonight. I love the ladybug image – the colour contrast is fabulous! And the fence images at the end, were my other favourites!ReplyCancel

Happy macro Monday! This week in my workshop we are working on composition. One thing I love about macro photography is the ability to get a huge variety of images in just a few minutes.

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  • Jenny Waller

    Tiffany I just found your blog and I am loving seeing your macro! You certainly have a way with it!ReplyCancel


      thank you so much! I am terrible at keeping up with blogging but I share lots of macro on IG!ReplyCancel