I love getting a close up shot of mother nature which you can see in this collection from the Archives. You get a close-up view of the little world in these photographs. Shots range from creative views of bugs, plants, water and almost all of them are not visible from head height.
Lets go to another Scottish beach because you must. Beach visits refresh the parts other environments fail to reach. Sarista Beach Scotland is on the west coast of Harris and despite this overcast November day, interesting views were all around. I’m often taken with the small geography of the sand, how the wind shapes it, how the plants inhabit and shape sand too. Be sure to see me doing Maths on the Beach™ at the end of the article.
Here are more summer garden flora and fauna photographs. Getting in close with my specialised macro lens really brings the little world out to a larger scale. In such a vibrant time the garden is full of textures, colour and beasties like ladybird, flies and more. Lots to enjoy.