I often take big photographs, landscapes, industrial scenes that sort of thing but occasionally it's nice to look a little closer. I went out this morning with my trusty Zeiss 135mm f2 lens, one of the best lenses ever made to look for details, the way a leaf catches the light, small things that appeal to me.
Using the Zeiss wide open gives such beautiful bokeh (the out of focus areas) they are so smooth that it makes the in-focus bits really pop.
This next shot is a little boring, just some wild flowers but you may see the small wasp on the right, he came in to the frame and I quickly tried to focus on him.
The Zeiss is a manual focus lens so a little tricky for very fast things but when I crop the picture down small you can see that I got lucky!
So that's about it, just a few nice shots showing some detail. These were all taken at Storforsen which has a huge waterfall, very impressive but a little boring when you realise how much there is to photograph away from the water.