Last week’s theme for Fifty Two Frames was “macro.” I was originally going to try to do a water drop refraction photo, but, in the end, decided on doing a straight macro.
My subject was the lulav bundle which Jews use during the festival of Succos (which we are now in the middle of). During this holiday, Jews bundle together a palm frond with twigs of myrtle and willow. Together with a citron (think of it like a bumpy lemon), they wave them during synagogue services.
Most people, when seeing the lulav bundle see the plants side by side (myrtle on the right, willow on the left). I decided to rotate the image ninety degrees, to create a different view of it.
As always, comments, critiques and criticisms are welcome, encouraged and appreciated.
Scheduling note: I might put up another post today. However, after that, there will not be any new posts until Sunday at the earliest. Have a great week, everyone!