Category Archives : insects


51. Happy 2017 – Reflections 3

Happy 2017! I wish you all a year in which you can turn dreams into reality. A year that allows you to become, be or remain who you are, a year to tell what’s to be told and to give what should be given. And hopefully this will automatically lead to beautiful creations. For me, […]

Fallow deer in the mist on a foggy sunrise

pink grasshopper erythrism

49. The pink grasshopper – a story about erythrism 4

  The Pink Grasshopper Not so long ago, one of my photo-pals found a pink grasshopper. To be very honest: his special find made me a little bit jealous. After all it is just about the closest thing to a pink elephant! At the same time, I realized how rare such a phenomenon actually is […]


43. 2015 in photos 2

Because a photo can say more than a 1000 words, I hereby present you my 2015 in photos:   January At least we had some winter and some beautiful mornings in magical misty mood.   Februari We had a few hours of snow. Enough to capture a red fox and a fallow deer in a […]

Early morning autumn forest

Banded Demoiselle calopteryx splendens reflection water

42. River Pleasure (about Banded demoiselles) 1

The longer you’re shooting, the more you’ll discover what’s your cup of tea and what’s not. Just like the real life. At the beginning, you try everything and just can’t get enough. Gradually, you become more discerning, which helps you to avoid things that just don’t suit you. To quote the tidy up guru Marie […]


PhotoFriday 10: Common Sundew (Drosera rotundifolia)

Common Sundew (Drosera rotundifolia)   Did you know…… Sundew grows on poor soil and for nutrition she’s depended on other sources, being…insects. Therefore she uses two different kind of glands. One gland secretes a deliciously smelling mucilage, to lure them poor insects. As soon as the insect has landed, the sundew shows her less charming […]

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