Hi John,Nice mixed bag you have there! Nice to see the Whinchat, hoping one will pop in at Peterborough soon!JFollow me at HEDGELAND TALES
Another superb selection John, nice to see your efforts paying off.
The dragonfly nymphs are beautifully ghostly!
Awesome series of photos. I've never seen a Dragonfly Nymph before. Very nice!
A great mixed bag John. That Stick insect takes me back 45 years, when I used to keep them as pets as a kid.
Great selection John and Sue, the dragonfly nymphs are briliant,Sam
Very nice set of shots John.
Great serie, specially love the last one...really nice ladybug(?) :)
Nice set of images. The Dragonfly nymphs are really cool. Saw my first one last season.
Fantastic selection nothing mixed about these images.Love the Sedge and Whinchat but those macro shots are outstanding especially the last one.
Hi Both I concur with Anthonys comment these are real stunners, putting the rest of us to shame. Hope to see you both soon.
Great selection John. You were lucky to see the Lizard in your previous post. I never saw one in 15 years of wildlife watching.
Nice collection of photos-I like the green color on that beetle-really neat color!
Thank you all for your comments.John And Sue.
Wondering...can you still view my blog? Two have said it is either blocked, or they can no longer access it...how frustrating...Thank you for your help!
Hi Mary,still having difficulty.We will try again.John.
Stunning selection of awesome images! Impressive macros, each and every one of them. A joy to view the Whinchat as I have never seen one before. Fantastic work, as always!
Lovely photos!Nice surprise!Your dragonflies are very much the same as ours, how amazing!I regonize a Quadrimaculata eating an insect, and the red damsel looks very much like our Pyrrhosoma nymphula!Welle done!Cheers!
A wonderful mix. Fantastic pictures!Greetings, Wouts fotobloG
Wow! Incredible insect series!
It's not until you try to take images of Whinchat you realise how wary they are of human approach, so sell dome with those pictures. I got a few in Menorca so will post soon.
Great set of images - love the Stick Insect
Hi, unfortunately your Dragonfly Nymphs are actually diving beetle larvae, presumably Great Diving Beetle if they're big enough to be mistaken for dragonflies, but I'm not sure that you can get a positive ID from photographs.