A quick video of a crow hopping from post to post, at 1/4th normal speed.
My garden has had a few mice invertebrates since i moved in, including at least 2 species of cricket. One of these is the dark bush cricket. Related posts: Bog bush cricket Metrioptera brachyptera Common toadlets and Long winged rosel’s bush cricket Meadow grasshopper and rosels bush cricket Dark green fritillary Argynnis aglaja at Crockford…Details
One of the stranger finds from a stream kick sample taken in the Cairngorms was this hairy cranefly Pedicia sp. larva. When you mention cranefly larvae, most people will think of the leatherjacket found under lawns eating grass roots, but there are a number of aquatic species too. The thing that surprised me about this…Details
The latest news from the badger cull is that it will be extended. Apparently they haven’t killed enough as many because there are less badgers than they estimated. The story is here on the BBC News website There is a bit of a staggering realisation when you look at the data in this story, it…Details
Been playing with my Pentax Q and windows moviemaker. Quite like the result.
Today I was trying out my Pentax Q with my newly purchased 8.5mm prime lens. The with the camera and lens designed to be so small, the lens suffers a bit from barrel distortion, but it is quickly sorted with lens correction in Lightroom. With a bit of PP I managed shots like these despite…Details
A little while ago I spotted a number of wasps chewing wood so I filmed them at 1/4th of normal speed using my Pentax WG-2. I filmed a number of clips and put the best bits together for this video In this video the first clip is at 1/4th normal speed, as is the second.…Details