After a busy week with two days on the Mach Loop photographing low flying military aircraft it’s time to settle down to something more sedate for this week challenge. I thought I’d start with another low flyer, this time a Damsel Fly.
Although not truly a macro photograph my lens has got close enough to show the detail on the wings. And now for something completely different. A beautiful Pond Lily and if you look close enough you can see a bug on it.
This is slightly different. Walking through the Newborough Forest I came upon these flowers. I was searching for Red Squirrels which seemed to have suddenly become very camera-shy. No idea what they are but I liked the clusters of white and the shape.
Another one I found in the forest. Once again not a macro but a very good close-up. You can see the fine hairs on the buds.
Well that’s it for this week. Wednesday I’m changing my broadband supplier so there’s a fair chance I’ll be experiencing disruption over this week as things are prepared prior to the change-over. Call it co-incidence but over the last few days I have noticed that my broadband speed has slowly been decreasing and things really are slowing up. I wonder why?
Anyway, here’s what other bloggers are saying about this weeks challenge;
tybeetabby There Be Dragons
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WPC- Details – gottatakemorepix