Macro astrophotography?

A close up of a clemantine reveals a moonlike surface

It’s day 7 of the macro photography challenge and I’m embracing the emergent theme of trickery. The more I experiment with the macro lens, the more I uncover images of every day objects which remind me of much greater things.

Today it’s a clementine, with the majority of its skin removed for its zest. This has left a rough outer layer which, when photographed, reminds me of the surface of the moon or a beehive.

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