Posts Tagged ‘Bee’
Latest attempt to eat healthily. First bee photo of 2013, live one anyway – at last!
One of the main reasons, for me, of getting a DSLR would be for the superb depth of field control, but it’s something I’ve never explored on my Panasonic TZ10. I think the main reason is because it’s a compact camera and you just never expect too much, even though it does have an aperture [...]
My mind has been on DSLRs this week, and with the help of my friend and professional photographer Mark Stothard I’ve been trying to work out what brand, what camera, what I want to photograph and all the other decisions that need to be made when buying a DSLR camera. It was so much simpler [...]
Only got as far as the thistle bushes again today. All my buzzing friends were there but my hayfever kicked in and after 10 minutes I was weeping like a baby. the things I go through for my art I think this is the best of the bunch – just a shame the centre of the flower [...]
Just a couple taken on a quick 10 minute excursion to the nearby thistle bushes. As usual, with my Panasonic TZ10 in macro mode.
I managed to get out of the office for about 10 minutes at the end of my lunch to get some fresh air after a frantic morning. There’s not a great deal to photograph in the office car park but I did catch this guy before he flew off to pastures new.
I actually got out for an hour today, which made a nice change after yesterday’s mini break. It was quite blustery so I got fewer decent photos than I’d have liked. First off, let’s go with the insects, as always. For weeks I’ve been calling these next fellows Dragonflies but in fact they are Damselflies. When I got back and [...]
As per the title, these photos were taken in the garden, the back garden to be precise. The heat seemed to make the bee quite docile, because believe when I say that I would never usually get that close to one. The ladybird on the other hand I have no such worries about, though I [...]
I was on my to the canal at lunch time but after only 15 minutes I got a call on my mobile from my director to come back to the office to talk about something important. It turned out to be something that will create more work for me, but at least I got to [...]