Taken with the Canon 5D MkII and the Canon MR-14EX ringlite.
Taken with the 5D MkII and Canon 100mm macro lens with the MR14EX ring flash.
The missus spotted my favourite spider in the Roses just now, so out came the macro and I caught him 🙂
A new Prime Number has been found using the mega-computing array at the New Forest Observatory. The new number is: 4324748322195*2^1290000-1
110 hours and 38 minutes later out came a Sierpinski pyramid in Rigid.Ink black PLA, 162mm along a base edge and 0.2mm resolution.
Good use of camouflage in this murderous ambush!
With all the hot weather we’ve been experiencing in the U.K. lately, I have had to go out most nights with the hose to stop the Missus’ plants from perishing. I noticed Superhydrophobicity at work on the Bulrush leaves so I went out today to macro the effect. Wasn’t expecting my little mate to be there as well. I am always amazed at the length of the antennae on these little beauties.
Never had so many flowers on this Cactus at the same time before – so just in case it’s thinking of pegging out – here’s some piccies.
A freshly opened Poppy, and a very tiny solitary Bee that only seems to go on these flowers on a Copper coloured leaf tree. Those flowers are about 4mm across for scale.