So you’re probably thinking that these are intricate artworks created by some unfathomably talented artist. Well you’re wrong, the only artist here is MOTHER NATURE! These impossible-seeming spiders are indeed real living creatures, known as mirrored or sequined spiders. The most common species in Australia is the Australian stained-glass mirror spider, or Thwaitesia argentiopunctata. The […]
Ondrej Pakav has an eye for detail. The Slovakian macro-photographer shoots tiny insects just after a downpur to get that just caught in the rain look. Quite remarkable really.
Yes, we take em’ for granted, but after viewing these stunning close-up photos of tiny, colourful insects by Martin Amm, perhaps we should be less quick to swipe them when they buzz past our ears this summer.
Photographer Rose-Lynn Fisher magnifies the humble honey bee to thousands of times its normal size using a high-resolution scanning electron microscope for this series of stunningly surreal shots in her new book, Bee.
These stunning photos of sleeping insects were taken by physiotherapist and amateur photographer Miroslaw Swietek at 3am in a forest right next to his home. To achieve these remarkable close-ups, he used a torch to create the lighting and placed his camera and flash just millimeters from the motionless insects.