A tiny glimpse in the world of the magnified eye
What can I say? Oh Theseus, you know little of Shakespeare's fiery genius. You cannot excuse his exceeding the bounds of probability,More
Ok ok this a defrosted fish. Wow, just look at those teeth. Macro is fun!
Ok, ok, this is to be categorized as 'humorous wildlife', for all the apes, monkeys and lemurs I grant a life of many many peanuts, and for...More
Today I saw a little worm
Wriggling on his belly.
Perhaps he’d like to come inside
And see whats on the telly
It was very difficult to macro this fly, so I dazed it a bit and afterwards it flew away. No animals were hurt during this shoot;) Btw is he sticking...More
Waiting for the bees to collect its hardgrown pollen, eagerly pointing towards a common goal.
On the latest hour it came,
and walked among the petals
searching for just that spot
to meet the coming dawn.
A pigeon, of yet unidentied type, left feather on the grass to freely collect some dew. Golden morning light sheds it feeble light and spreads a golden...More
Another abandoned feather, this time one of the younger kind, of a pigeon. Difficult to really focus sharp on one point though. Under a small tripod...More
Orange like the sunset fiery streaks of dusk maybe the most vibrant colour God dared to create. The Gerbera finds its source...More
Native in Madagaskar, the land of 'the origin of species', this gecko tends to sleep upside down during daytime. Awaking at night it hunts for...More
I have never seen this mosquito before, so I tried a quick macro. It was a tough one, but I got the stinger right. I styled it a bit...More
It was in 2003 I took this picture and took the time in post processing. I still like the simplicity of it. It reminds me of the fact that even normal...More
Just a petal, in meagre light, waiting for its end of days. New spring is coming, brethern await. From the family of Hydrangea ('[klim]horensia')...More
A drop of water, trying to befriend an apples' bud. Yet gravity pulls, only part of him will be remembered.
Sometimes nature's just surprising you in its simplicity or complexity. Look at a frosted window for example. A highly complex structure on a simple...More
My first go at HDR: 3 pictures shot at 100ISO and long exposure times, plus and minus 2 EV, 13sec, 2.5sec,30sec). It's reindeer lichen, a very slow...More
This clematis is ready for it, its golden fingers pointing towards the skies. Even a hardened landing strip has been provided. Spring...More
How I love our spring: The bold and sleeker feel I get, An inner glow, a ring! I've paid the winter's chilly debt, so...More
A complexity almost fake Crowded on a landing zone ready for their maiden flight Zoom in and enjoy the scenery A...More
A little gush of wind carefully removing a speck. A generip traveling towards rebirth. (Inspired by Rick Lieder I took a few...More
Not all hairs are soft to the touch. This nettle has no flowers yet, thus processes itchy amounts of histamine upon the slightest contact...More
Amazingly different from the shot in evening light, this enhances the purpleness of this flower of simplicity. Growing in so many places, weedlike among...More
Simplistic power at the end of a day. Just before a storm hits my little village, the sky colours a magnificent orange, colouring this purple flower more...More