Recent Nature Shots

It’s been ages since I posted but I haven’t had much to say!

I thought I might blog quickly about some nature photographs I was able to take this weekend whilst out in Worcestershire with my walking group. I was really pleased with how they came out!

I spotted a dew covered web in the grass on the side of the footpath through a field. I didn’t even realise at first, but someone else pointed out that it was a funnel web spider! I’ve never seen one before and later that same walk I saw another 5 or 6!

I didn’t get any shots of the actual spider but I was able to photograph the dew-covered web and the cricket perched on a blade of grass above it:

After that I saw a thistle – symbol of Scotland in deepest Worcestershire:

A little further on I stopped briefly to photograph a dandelion with its seeds ready for dispersal. I think these were my favourite shots of the afternoon:

I was out on a walk so you would think that my main subject would have been landscapes, but actually the haze and cloud meant that it was better to look nearer for inspiration!

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Apparently blogs need to cover a certain niche in order to attract readers. My aim is not to attract readers. I don't deny it would be nice not to just be spouting to myself, but the reason I set this blog up was to give myself somewhere to write down my thoughts. If anyone reads them, that's a bonus. This blog will cover a mix of things - anything that comes to mind that I want to write about. I make no promises about how often I will publish new content.
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1 Response to Recent Nature Shots

  1. Just shows that there’s always something interesting to see – even if it’s misty, it might be right under your nose!

    The dandelion looks very autumnal, somehow – the earthy colours, I think.

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