Macro Monday: Pine Tussock Moth Caterpillar

As a method of encouraging myself to blog more regularly, I bring to you Macro Monday. I'll use this space to share images of interesting critters that, over the years, have been foolish enough to subject themselves to the Great Eye. The first subject for Macro Monday is a Pine Tussock Moth Caterpillar. Dasychira grisefacta,... Continue Reading →

Facing a Tiger

Tiger beetles can be a real pain in the knees (and elbows) to photograph. They are predators, a hunter on scrublands, beaches and other sandy open spaces. Photographically they are a challenge because they are relatively small (averaging about 15mm), often well camouflaged, fast as blazes and highly attuned to movement.

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