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Fine-art photographer Sharon Johnstone loves to experiment with still-life set-ups. To create her bubble macro shots (see above), she fills up a glass of water and adds a few drops of olive oil.

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Fine-art photographer Sharon Johnstone loves to experiment with still-life set-ups. To create her bubble macro shots (see above), she fills up a glass of water and adds a few drops of olive oil.

The texture in this image is really interesting as the icicles against the metal are really intriguing. The background being blurred creates a more up close and personal feel to the photo as it looks like you're invading its space by getting so close to the chain.

The texture in this image is really interesting as the icicles against the metal are really intriguing. The background being blurred creates a more up close and personal feel to the photo as it looks like you're invading its space by getting so close to the chain.

Brilliant close-up of a spider. Hence I never kill them, I just scream and die a little

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Brilliant close-up of a spider. Hence I never kill them, I just scream and die a little

Macro shot of a starfish. http://echinoblog.blogspot.com/2013/05/starfish-macro-shots-up-close-tropical.html

Macro shot of a starfish. http://echinoblog.blogspot.com/2013/05/starfish-macro-shots-up-close-tropical.html

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