Amazing macro photos and interesting subjects too!
Absolute beauty collection of images, gonna have nightmares bout that first one.
Oh my goodness! Fabulous Macros! Love them.
Stunning set John love the first two.Just one observation though."working Mmm !!"CU SOON.
Strange work you do spending most of your time on your hands and knees. Excellent shots.
I love your macro work, John. It's great to be able to see the things that most of us miss with the naked eye - thanks for sharing them with us! Keep up the good work!
Fantastic shots John. A subject that some people may squirm over, but these photo`s show their real beauty!JFollow me at HEDGELAND TALES
Stunning images, John. The first image, in particular, is fantastic. Care to reveal more about the equipment used (I need to update my macro lenses). Cheers, Tim
Brilliant macro work.
Super smashing great!
What macro lens John?
Great series of macro shots john,Love the butterflies in the previous post as well
These are splendid, well done... I lvoet he ladybird... This is a pretty good collection..
Hi JR and Sue. What a remarkable selection of macro shots, especially the insects eye showing all the segmants that it's made up of.Couldn't pick a favourite out of all those, there all very good.
These are all so cool, and even though I do NOT LIKE spiders, they too, are really neat ones. Have a great week~
A fabulous variety of macro insect images! The colors and detail are out of this world! Fantastic collection, as always!
What incredible close-ups. The top one is unbelievable. I managed a spread wings one of the Callimorpha last week.
Thanks everyone for your great comments, we do appreciate them.Andy and Tim, as you know I mostly do Digiscoping using a Nikon P6000, so unlike Sue I do not use a DSLR or Macro Lens. You may be surprised to learn that most of the Insect Macro shots are taken using a Samsung Digimax camera. Out of all the small cameras this one gives best results on Macro but you do have to get fairly close. Just goes to show that you don't always need to spend hundreds on a Macro Lens. Sue takes the majority of the Butterflies and Dragonflies. John
Brilliant shots, and all with a compact camera. Its not the size that matters its how you use it.Sam
Very nice macros. Not only impressive, they are very beautiful photos. Bravo, y hasta pronto. Best regards from Barcelona.
Very nice macro..that most spectacular series of beautiful photos Canarias
Thank you all for your great comments.John.