Crosshatched ink sketches of a tapeworm and a dog-scorpion
Make a tiny film in a weekend, sure!
I’m part of a team of improv friends who regularly take part in an annual New Zealand 48hr film competition. … More
Eh, lookee, I won a thing!
Well, I won a part of a bigger thing, the macro segment of The 2018 Sigma D-Photo Amateur Photographer of … More
This little bee’s grooming routine on my hotel balcony was like some kind of impressively athletic workout. 35mm macro lens, … More
All from the Butterfly house at Melbourne zoo, shot using the IR mod camera with a 590nm filter and 35mm … More
This little garden cutie (approx 3mm or so long) kept moving its head from side to side to get a … More
Spike grew up!
The spikiest little caterpillar is now . . . the hairiest little butterfly.
Look deeply into my maw!
There’s a late summer feeding frenzy in the garden at the moment, as this year’s crop of monarch caterpillars do … More
Spike here was about 15mm long, and sitting in the middle of a plank on the deck. I couldn’t get the … More
The tiny photo bomber
A photobomberpillar? This morning I was trying to capture an image of the mouthparts on this tiny 3-4mm monarch caterpillar, … More