Taken in my local woods. Strange to see hairs on a beetles back.
Picture was taken of a wild mushroom growing in a forest. Picture was taken using a macro lens and a twin flash.
No idea what type.
I'm not sure whats going on here. Is the woodlice eating this dragonfly, which seems to be upside down. Possibly dead. No idea.
I used my macro lens for this shot. Not sure what kind of Beatles these are, or what even flower this is.
Strange looking things. I think these are resposible for cuckoo spit.
The southern damselfly is restricted to south western European, and is known to be declining throughout its range.
Garden spiders vary in colour from pale yellowy-brown to very dark brown, but they all have a characteristic white cross-shaped group of spots on...
This is probably the most frequently seen grasshopper.
The southern damselfly.
Crane fly adults only live for a couple of days and do not usually feed. Their larval stages are usually aquatic. These flies easily loose their...
This fly belongs to the CALLIPHORIDAE family and is bluish green to emerald, often becoming coppery with age. The eyes are bare and the jowls...
Picture was taken by Dawn (my missis) at Orford, Suffolk. She thinks it looks like a face. hair, 2 eyes, and the cracks the mouth.
Taken in my Garden. We seem to have grown a family of them.
Taken in the garden. I think thats a drop of rain on it.
Taken in my garden. If you look very closely you can see a spider hanging from a petal.
I'm not sure what you call it, but it's one of them things you can press down on with the pins, making a shape the object the other side.
This was sitting on a bush. Not sure what type of fly, but it has red eyes and black markings down it's back. I think this was taken at about 3x...
This is at the bottom of the garden. There is a nest (not sure if right word) of spiders. They seem of huddle togther, possibly for protection....
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