More Winter Macro: Laguna Lace Agate Slab

January 18th, 2011 by Mike Moats

Continuing my post from yesterday, here's a look at some more rock slabs.

I recently purchased this great looking Laguna Lace Agate Slab.  It’s always fun searching for interesting patterns in these slabs.  I shot this with the standard 1:1 60mm Tamron macro lens, but will be exploring into tiny areas as I add on my extension tubes.

This is the slab I started with

Check out both sides if you buy any slabs, as the patterns vary on each side.

Lots of fun with these rock slabs!

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One Response to “More Winter Macro: Laguna Lace Agate Slab”

  1. g says:

    it may be weird but I can stare at these close-ups for the longest time – simply love them.

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