In the depths of the garden.


This leaf is my new home.


Today I have been experimenting with the settings on my new camera to try and get used to them all, by taking as many photos as possible to see how they all work and affect the photos. It was trail and error to see what works best in what conditions, I took all the photos today from the depths of my garden. I have also been trying to make the most of macro shots too, getting close as possible to small insects. Well at least when the cats don’t come over to see what I am doing then try to eat them in the process or photo bomb my shots

As for the last photo, there were two ladybugs on the plant pot running around and I was trying to take a photo of a singular ladybug. Just as I was about to take the photo, out of no where the other one saw it, sprinted towards it and latched onto it… That is how I came to obtain that photo, you have to laugh at it though!

I think due to the angle it could be interpreted as they are rock climbing up the plant pot. It’s a great macro shot, almost like it was taken with a proper macro lens, which I do not own. Only the standard 18-55mm lens which came with my camera. I hope over time to learn how to use my camera fully and be able to produce photos the best to my ability.


The ladybug and the barbwire.


Snug as a bug…


Surprise bugsex.



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