One of the nice finds in the river on Dartmoor was this Polycelis felia flatworm One of the interesting features of this species is the eyes that it has all the way round the edge of its body.
Plenty of garden spiders around at the moment, so while in Wat Tyler Park I decided to get a few shots of some with my wide angle and my macro.
A wide angle of a wasp spider from a couple of days ago.
A quick photo of a common lizard on a post in Wat Tyler Country Park
When dipping the river at Bellever on Dartmoor I found a strange looking tube made of sand. I turned out to be the case of a Rheotanytarsus sp midge larva. Sadly it didnt seem to be occupied, but a new one for me anyway.
As you may have guessed from recent posts I have had a few goes at shooting pond creatures with a white background. They great thing about these images is it is easy to play around with them and make things like a make a collage of them. Here is my first attempt:
Some more white background photos, this time of the aquatic predator, a water scorpion Nepa cinerea.
A few shots from this evening of a lovely vixen. Over the hill. Wandering down the road. Towards me. And posing backlit.
A quick 1 photo post. A Screech or squeek beetle Hygrobia hermanni taken in my photographic aquarium
Popped over to West Canvey Marsh RSPB reserve yesterday in my lunch break to see the Lesser Yellow Legs, a bird I have never seen before. It was a distant view, and sadly the design at West Canvey means all birds on the far side of the lake there are and the birds on the…