Category Archives: Macro

Just when will the sun shine again?

January is in many ways the worst month of the winter.   We have had all the head excitement of the Christmas period to help us through the shortest days.  Now we have nothing to help lighten the the grey heavy … Continue reading

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Catch up – Day 4

After an intense outburst of creativity today I am trying to catch up with images that I missed on my first run through.

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Something that I have never understood

Over the years I have looked at many many photographs and one thing has puzzled more each time more than anything else – why is it important to know the F stop and shutter speed etc?   I suspect I am … Continue reading

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So tell me whats up…no more

So there is no argument – autumn is here.   It takes many different forms and probably most of the time it is just dull and damp and then sometimes it is magical – hardly Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness … Continue reading

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So that’s that then…

For a while now I have claimed that autumn was here – well now there is no mistaking the slowly changing season – rain is definitely stopping play.  I realise talking about rain might be seen as being in bad … Continue reading

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Where the Dark…

A beautiful morning: just watched the season finale of Game of Thrones and everything is good in the world.   So what better time to make images of a spider on her web before the dew has burnt away…well sort … Continue reading

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Killing Zone…

When we walk through a garden we usually appreciate the beauty of the plants and style of the way they have been arranged.   What is overlooked is that gardens are a killing field for many of the insects that … Continue reading

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