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A Dog Rose
Bigods Lane

182-365v4 A Dog Rose

From this morning’s walk…I was wondering how many Dog Roses I’d published so far this year (so far, just the 1 previous to this) and was surprised to note that such a high proportion of my images this year have been taken using my 105mm Macro lens – a smidge

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The Thing from The Deep
killer

181-365v4 The Thing from The Deep

I had some fun in the kitchen with some abstract shots which you can see below, but today’s shot is from the garden again. Debbie’s gone to bed so I can’t tell you what plant this is, but that doesn’t really matter…it’s pretty evil looking and reminds me of the

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Housefly
fly

177-365v4 Housefly

Just your common or garden housefly…in the garden…at least, I think it’s a housefly, I’m no expert. We’ve had a big clear out of the garden and are waiting for a lot of the new plants to flower for the first time so we haven’t had the usual vloume of

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Coriander Flowers
coriander

174-365v4 Coriander Flowers

You may recall, I photographed our coriander a few days ago and I knew I wanted to return to it after it had flowered, so here we are. I’m not a gardener so had no clue that coriander flowered like this and shooting down with the Nikon 105mm macro lens

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Just That Bit Closer
flower

169-365v4 Just That Bit Closer

Another day when I’ve dug out a bit of kit I haven’t used for ages. Today was the turn of the Raynox M250 Macroscopic (close up) lens. As the name suggests this magnifies the view you get through the lens. Attaching this as I di to my 105mm macro lens

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It's Poured All Day
droplets

168-365v4 It’s Poured All Day

I was up and about reasonably early today and was feeling rather smug as I got around three quarters of the way around my walk with only light drizzle for company – the forescast had been for substantially more…which dropped on my last quarter of the walk meaning I got

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Coriander
coriander

166-365v4 Coriander

Who knew Coriander was such a pretty plant when young, I don’t think i’ve ever seen the flowers of the plant before. This is in our garden and we have eaten some of the leaves already and they were exactly as you’d expect 😉

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Mark Seton

Mark Seton

I'm an amateur photographer who enjoys music. I'm currently the Digital Secretary of the Bishops Stortford Camera club (and am a past Chairman) and I hold both LRPS and CPAGB distinctions.