Tag Archives : macro


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 […]

Banded Demoiselle calopteryx splendens reflection water

35. Squirting, Spinning, Spitting and Swallowing Spiders 1

I have a this much younger little brother, a so called afterthought. As we speak, this little brother is almost twice my size and weight, but you know how it works with little baby brothers… Once upon a time, when my little brother actually was little, he bended my ears about everything. He must have […]


31. Mr. Pink: The Pink Grasshopper 6

Not so long ago, one of my photo-pals found a pink grasshopper. I have to admit: 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 realised how rare such a phenomenon actually is and how pointless […]

pink erythrism grasshopper insect rare

23. Don’t Bite The Plant that Eats you… 1

Nature works in mysterious ways. Not so long ago, I assumed there were just two options: 1. Eaten or 2. Being eaten Predator or prey…that’s the question. Recently I found out that it can be mutual as well. You eat, while being eaten: fair cross. All right, I might exaggerate a bit, but this roughly […]


22. Poppies! 2

I love to photograph in my own neighbourhood. Just biking around,the wind in my hair and my bag on my carrier. No train-delay,caused by so called square wheels, cows on the rails or similar excuses. Unfortunately exciting nature is sparse around here. But with a little fantasy and lots of imagination, you can suddenly find […]

Corn Poppy Papaver rhoeas klaproos bloem Flower photography