Those images were from last weekend, when I ended up in an entirely different area than planned, and had the "wrong" lenses with me!
Well, it's less about the gear, but rather about the eye and some flexibility. If it rains, you can't take pictures of the stars, so either go home, or shift your view to something else. So I ended up with some "macro" photos, taken with a 70-300mm lens (that's a pretty decent telephoto). I had to move away from these objects, to be able to focus, but as you see, I managed.
What can one learn from this? - Don't be discouraged if something doesn't turn out as planned, just change the plan... This isn't only true in photography, but also in real life!
...Not sure what my favorite is, I'm torn between the shell and that snake pool...
All of those are, of course, for sale as prints, please contact me if you're interested!