That is too close!

I tend to like to take pictures of landscapes. That’s probably because I prefer to focus more on the bigger picture than on minutia. But sometimes taking a closeup lets you examine the important details you might otherwise miss. Here are some closeups from our travels in Australia and France (arranged by category). We’ll continue to update this over the next couple of months as we explore more of Europe.

Plants

KPbanksia
A banksia flower head. Kings Park, Perth Australia. You can learn more about banksias here.
KPGrass
Leaf base of a grass tree. Kings Park, Perth, Australia. Learn more about grass trees here.
KPstalk
Flower spike of a grass tree. Kings Park, Perth, Australia.
KPvine
Vine. Kings Park, Perth, Australia.
MRcoast
Cape Naturaliste, Australia.
MRBrown
Cape Naturaliste, Australia.
MRwhite
Cape Naturaliste, Australia.
SubcloverBurs
Subterranean clover burs. Pingelly, Australia.
Canola
Canola in bloom at the INRA Research Farm. Dijon, France.
wheatoat mix
A mixture of winter wheat and winter pea. INRA Research Farm, Dijon, France.

Animals

kanga
A curious kangaroo. Caversham Wildlife Park, Perth, Australia.
PerthMonkey
Grumpy monkey. Perth Zoo, Perth, Australia.
KPspider
A really big spider. Kings Park, Perth, Australia.

Objects

GeraldtonGulls
HMAS Sydney II Memorial. Geraldton, Australia.
FremantlePrison
Fremantle Prison. Fremantle, Australia.
FremantleClouds
Twilight. Fremantle, Australia.
face
Musée archéologique de Dijon. Dijon, France.
dscary
Musée archéologique de Dijon. Dijon, France.
dgargoyle
Musée archéologique de Dijon. Gargoyle. Dijon, France.
NotreDameDijon
Église Notre-Dame. Dijon, France.

People

Syd
This is too close.

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