Its not a macro, but is taken with my 100L and seems to fit here as well as anywhere. They were on our kitchen counter, the light wasn't the best, and I let the camera set the aperture to f/3.2 - f/4 when f/8 would have had more depth of field. I'm not going to redo them
I cropped them, but did not try to correct color balance, so there is very minimal processing if any.
Its the end of the growing season, my little raised garden will likely be frozen out this weekend, so I shot a couple photos of some of the last vegetables.
The tomatoes are a Heirloom Variety (Cherokee Purple), the first that I've ever grown. They are sweet and have a wonderful flavor. Really no comparison for eating quality to the perfect equal sized tomatoes that are great on looks. I used a couple of them to make a pot of chili today, but mostly I just slice and eat them. They are dead ripe when they just have the green shoulders showing at the top.
As for Zucchini... I have one plant, and it is taking over the world
And ... what would a cold rainy fall day be without hot chocolate chip cookies.