Red-billed gulls tend to be taken for granted but are really quite beautiful, especially when in fresh breeding plumage.
Skylarks are usually seen on the wing and when on the ground don't often stay long enough for a photo opportunity. This one was an exception.
I watched this cat as it came along our fence, through the neighbour's yard, across the driveway and all over the next neighbour's roof. On its way back it suddenly realised it was being watched by another cat hidden in the shrubbery. The reaction was quite comical.
I have spent a few weeks working through photographing and organising the micro-molluscs and am posting a few individual examples here. I loved the pattern on this one.
The grid is 2mm.
Going a step further than the post below shows more of the intricacy of nature (still on 2mm grid). Tweezers and a magnifying glass are not even sufficient to really see these beauties. It's only when they are photographed that the variety of form, colour and texture can be appreciated.
This page highlights one photo from each outing. The subjects will vary - it will be whatever caught my eye or was most special on that day.