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After my rather soggy visit to Hyde Hall nearly a month ago it was wonderful to have a much dryer experience today. While I used my wide-angle lens in the…

Daddy long legs also known as the Crane Fly : Some interesting facts An adult crane fly, resembles an oversized mosquito, typically has a slender body and…

As I rescued the trail camera from our garden this morning, I noticed a sleepy bumblebee on our buddleia bush. It was just beginning to wake up, moving slowly…

Taken with the XF60mm f2.4 semi macro lens from Fuji. As a bonus I give you a butterfly that wanted to go on the camera

What to do on a rainy afternoon? A bunch of supermarket flowers provided some inspiration. A flashlight, macro lens, and tripod turned my back porch into a make…

Tulips grew wild in the Tien Shan Mountains and were cultivated in Istanbul in 1055. In the 15th century, tulips were among the most prized flowers; the flower…

In these lockdown days, many of us are looking for ideas around our home to have some fun with our camera, and I have seen lots of impressive work posted on…

Benny gave me some tips to control and steady my hands when shooting without a tripod. So when this fly decided to join me in the house, I figured it was the…

This little lady crashed into the window at the weekend, fortunately I was able to rescue her before the cat got there. A few minutes of rest and she was off…

Please forgive the speckled window and the not so clear captures. But when you spot a firefly/lightening bug climbing on the outside of a window; looking in....…

I couldn’t get motivated to go out for a walk this afternoon. Instead I spent some more time sitting at the bottom of our garden, with my feet in the flowerbed,…

We've got our very own Audrey II (the singing killer plant in the film Little Shop of Horrors). But this "mean green mother" isn't from outer space. It's…

My garden is carpetted with a redish/purple clover with this beautiful little yellow flowers. They may be weeds, but they are certainly pretty weeds.
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