Thursday, 1 September 2011

Night Garden

I've already provided the insects in my garden with a pond, log piles, native flowers and other organic nectar-rich plants. This year I've resisted the urge to cut back the dead foliage and fading flower stems to create a bit of winter cover for my critters. Photo's from top to bottom; An Angle Shades moth is perfectly camouflaged among the dead leaves of my Centaura; Garden spider with prey; a Crab Spider cuts a ghostly figure with it's prized Small White.


Blogger Paul said...

beautiful bruv

1 September 2011 at 23:37  
Blogger Matt said...

I've always struggled getting the right flash settings at macro distance. Putting 2 sheets of 75gsm white paper in front of my flash seemed to do the trick.

2 September 2011 at 14:39  
Anonymous Matt Chalk said...

Neat trick Maf.

4 September 2011 at 14:26  

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