This was pointed out to me in our local park by a guy who clearly knows more about fungi-type things that I ever will.
Another fine example of not having to move far from home to find something interesting.
I like the colours and texture in the sky in this one.
The world seems to be covered in spider’s webs at the moment – each one hung with its own diamond necklace!
D800 + 70-300mm lens @ 270mm; ISO 400, 0.5sec @ f/16 – and still the depth of focus was barely enough!
Not a new picture this one – but I came across it as I was looking for something completely different.
This is a macro shot of a bumble bee drinking honey from a chopping board.
Taken on my previous camera, a Nikon D300, with 70mm macro lens, ISO 200, 1/60 at f/11 – and a touch of off-camera flash.
Mist on the River Stort, the lock at Harlow Mill.
D800, 24-120mm lens @ 75mm, ISO400 1/3sec at f/16
Taken and tweaked on my iPhone using the Camera+ App, and emailed direct to the blog.
Does it work for you?
Nikon D800 + 24-120mm lens @ 120mm, ISO 400, f/5.6, 1/2000sec
A begonia flower reflected in a bubble.
Morning mist covering the Biltmore Estate in North Carolina.
… in the trees… or the puddles?