The wire mesh of a kitchen sieve.
Detail of the knurling on a blue anodized aluminium flashlight (torch).
Hoarfrost on chicken wire.
This is my contribution to the Friendly Friday Challenge: Close Examination.
Hooks on a Lesser Burdock seed head. Where the inventor of Velcro got the idea.
Detail of the cap of a Fly Agaric fungi. The classic red Toadstool so popular with the illustrators of children’s books.
This is my day 6 contribution to Becky’s July Squares on the theme of Perspective.
This are the bristles of a used nail brush, the distorted bristles remind me of bacteria seen through a microscope.
This is my day 2 contribution to Becky’s July Squares: Perspective.
An almost abstract view of a part drunk cup of coffee.
This is my contribution to the Cosmic Photo Challenge: Geometric Shapes.
I decided to do some table top photography on Sunday morning. In part because I had a couple of ideas for photos when I was modifying a couple of camera straps on Saturday.
O rings, but not the soft rubber type. These are hard plastic O rings that I used for my home made camera straps.
Diamond knurling on a small aluminium flashlight anodized red.
Squares and rectangles of mounted slides.
Fruit flavoured antacid tablets.
This is my contribution to the Weekly Prompts Weekend Challenge: What Is It?
I had a few ideas for the challenge and quickly settled on one although I can’t really explain why I picked an autumn subject in spring.
This one’s quite easy.
A Fly Agaric fungi growing on Bickerton Hill in southern Cheshire.
The Fly Agaric fungi growing amongst Silver Birch trees on Bickerton Hill.