A picture of a super cute honey bee – must have been taken in Wales if I am not mistaken. Taken with Sigma EX Macro – 150 mm – F/2.8
Another flower plant I found interesting. Feel free to give me feedback when you like it. Thanks! Taken again in Munich, Germany
This time: I have no idea. I have seen this strange plant in the Botanical garden.
A bee is pollinating a flower.
so much to do so much to see
Do spiders eat grasshoppers? They love them! The spider was eating the grasshopper – not nice, especially sicne my photo assistant threw the poor grasshopper into the the spider web. We’re still feeling bad about it.
Spider, spider dreaming night In the webbing of delight Dangling from a feather waiting strike, Who would plan your putrid pike? I’m a fly buzzing, see, Yet in your catcher of dreams I am free! Here I am, drying, waiting For you twist the sinews of my heart writhing. Nature is cruel like the cosmos. …
This fly macro photo shows visitor to my house. Feel free to use it a fly wallpaper.
White Lillies are some of the most interesting flowers to photograph. So pure and innocent with a downright elegant shape.
It’s waiting in the dark. You can’t have it all, the increased macro magnification comes at the expense of depth-of-field – but you can play with it.
A macro insect is always tricky – lots of camera shake going on. The size of the water drops give you the idea of how small the fly was. This was taken in my back garden, unfortunately the season for macro photographing bugs is rather early (rarely to see and still quite small – looking …
These rain kissed leaves are in my back garden. The picture looks kind of fresh, doesn’t it? Two external flashes applied.
Macro flower photography is good fun – I can’t give you many tips but that’s how to shoot: [unordered_list style=”bullet”] Macro lens (I am using a canon body with a sigma lense, not cheap) Be steady Use the self timer or a shutter cable release Close up A flash (if possible an external one or …
Plenty of pictures / images of sunflowers in the internet. This is one of them.
This would be the terrestrial megadrile earthworm which are hermaphrodites, which means that each animal has both male and female reproductive organs. When two earthworms mate, both worms typically fertilize each other (no trouble in reproduction) There are approximately 2,700 different kinds of earthworms. Even though worms don’t have eyes, they can sense light, especially …