Insects and flowers

I was practising with my new macro lens on this bottlebrush or callistemon flower in the garden when a tiny fly decided to join the party. I often don't notice the bugs until I start focusing on the flowers with my camera - perhaps I need to wear my glasses when I want to look... Continue Reading →

Wild flowers in Western Australia

Western Australia has an amazing variety of wild flowers, many of them unique to the region. Spring is unsurprisingly the optimum time for chasing flowers with your camera, but there is almost always something flowering at any time of the year. Some, like the fringe lily above and a few in the selection below, are... Continue Reading →

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