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:
A few shots from this evening of a lovely vixen.
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…Details