Getting close-up to the natural world
PUBLISHED: 07:00 26 March 2016 | UPDATED: 09:15 29 March 2016
The natural world can provide amazing panoramic shots and those at close range.
Busy Bee. Picture: Terry Ife
A hovering insect.
Examining the blooms. Picture: Terry Ife
Climbing to the top. Picture: Terry Ife
A ladybird. Picture: Terry Ife
Natural colours on Woodbury Common. Picture: Simon Horn
An otter. Picture: Terry Ife
A pheasant. Picture: Terry Ife
A male beautiful damoiselle damselfly. Picture: Alex Walton
Hawk Moth seen at Thorncombe, Dorset. Picture: Alex Walton.
This week, we have got close, really close, to the subjects, even if sometimes that is with a long lens.
The insects of the area have provided our photographers with some different challenges to get them in sharp focus.
Here are just some of the shots they have taken.
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