Yesterday I was walking around Wat Tyler Country Park, trying out my new macro rig, with the windy conditions causing some frustration. Wandering into a more sheltered area I saw the delicate fluttering of a large insect, and unlike those on previous days it was not a cranefly, but a lovely red damselfly. I got…Details
Some photos of an azure damselfly nymph.
I’ve just returned from a lovely trip to the Cairngorms in Scotland and have something like 6000 images to go through! But for now here are some of a Broad bodied chaser dragonfly nymph I took before I went on the trip using my pond creature photography technique. The above and next photo were taken…Details
A couple of shots from a close encounter with a fox.
Four weeks ago I was having a conversion on Twitter with the Hawk and Owl Trust, about their plans to help with the hen harrier brood management plan. I asked specifically about the Chairman’s plans to start the management in spring when they had said they would not start until persecution stops. Sadly they have…Details
As I mentioned in my previous post I’ve spent some time photographing small birds on the ground. My main target was dunnocks. I was trying to get one in the sun with a clean background. This was half way there. But this one ticked both boxes! Related posts: Blue tit Ground beetle Large red damselfly…Details