This is of course, a close-up. One of the characteristics of macro lenses is a very shallow depth of field. As you can see, focus begins to fall off even by the end of the bee. This is very shallow, but helps to draw attention to the detail of the bee's head.
There are many ways to show motion in a photograph. This is a simple example of a little bit slower shutter speed that allowed the walking man to blur as he moved through the frame.
Black and White
These bags were actually on display at the Evergreen Museum in Oregon. Converting this shot to black and white adds to the sense of nostalgia and age of the antique luggage.
By any other name...
Not of this world
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