Taken with my old Nikon D300 and my beloved lens Micro Nikkor 105mm. I sometimes amuse myself remembering how I used to think that the coolest, newest camera makes you a photographer. Not even charging for your photgraphy makes you a pro. It takes a lot more than that. And I am not talkning about technique. I often don’t give a damn about the rule of thirds. I don’t even speak photography. But I am not just pointing and shooting either. I am shooting manual, I know my camera, but I don’t really care to look for flaws in a photograph. If my eyes are pleased, then it’s a fine photograph. And these photos make my eyes swoon and my heart throb.