There is something magical about getting really close to tiny things. I enjoyed taking these macro shots in my garden on a rare Saturday off. The actual size of the spider was a quarter of an inch. The other photos are of a snail shell, spider webs, a tiny 3mm fly caught in the spider’s web, poppies, and bokeh created by droplets of water.
Tag: macro photography
I took these macro shots while on a family walk at Randwick woods near Stroud, Gloucestershire. I love capturing nature’s beauty, there are lots of wonderful little things all around us, like the turquoise fungi in the photos below.
Don’t these look a bit like the latest NASA images? In fact they are something completely different…