And here's how it fits over the iPad's camera lens:
Yes, it stretches out that far, but returns nicely to its original size when taken off.
I've had a blast experimenting with taking photos of tiny things. Here is my very first shot, and I think it's still my favorite, just because it's so colorful. It's of the pins in my pin cushion!
The veins on a red prayer plant leaf:
A zipper pull:
Edge of a dandelion:
The tip of a teeny-tiny barely noticeable lilac bud:
(So tell me, is that pollen on there? Is that part of the reason allergies get so bad this time of year? I found tiny specks like that on a lot of plants... even on leaves.)
Next is the covering (what would you call it?) on the new growth shoot on an evergreen tree. Those green "poles" are actually needles:
Last, but certainly not least, is the tip on a new shoot of asparagus. I think we ate it for supper last night. :)
If you want to follow me on Instagram, I succumbed and opened an account there (now that I have a device with a camera and can actually have an account), so you can see Easy-Macro shots and more (maybe even some sewing project peeks!). My user name is Grandma_G415.
(P.S. It appears that Blogger has left the "specks" this time. Do you suppose they heard me??? I certainly hope so!)