A few of a turnstone from Southend Pier.
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A few photos from 2012 of a Migrant hawker dragonfly in flight
Carrying on from here are my best shots from July to December in 2013. In July summer finally arrived and I had booked a week off work, so I decided to head to the New Forest for a few days. It was a dragon and damselfly bonanza! At Crockford stream I photographed golden ringed dragonfly.…Details
I’ve been playing with white backgrounds with my pond creature photography and I’m getting some OK results so far. Here is a Wasp (great) Diving Beetle. Related posts: Dytiscus diving beetle larva Black belly and wasp diving beetles (Dytiscus semisulcatus and D. circumflexus) Lesser diving beetle larva Acilius eating Backswimmer Notonecta nymph Great silver water…Details
2013 has been a funny old year. It started of slow and with the cold spring and late start to summer, combined with me being busy moving house and completeing a Forest School Qualification, I didn’t spend as long out taking photgraphs as I have in previous years (well it feels like I didn’t!). It…Details
The water louse is a common species found in many still and slow flowing aquatic habitats (including polluted ones), but it is not photographed very often, even when compared to other pond creatures. This is probably due to their habit of diving for cover or the corner of the photographic aquarium. Last winter I tried…Details