I Heart Macro

I've decided to try and link up with other bloggers more and so am joining a few linky's (bloggers all make similar posts and they are all linked up), so just a simple post here (although it does mess up my front page a little).

Azure Damselfly - Loughton Valley Park, Milton Keynes
Azure Damselfly - Loughton Valley Park, Milton Keynes


I plan on starting my own linky soon for wildlife/nature walks or trips (Will be called Wildlife Wanderings) I'm not yet sure if it will be weekly or monthly so watch out for the details.

Please visit the below link for more wonderful macro shots.

Shine the Divine


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10 comments:

  1. Hi there - with images like this one your blog should get a lot of traffic.

    If you post bird images feel free to link up on my linky called Wild Bird Wednesday, it runs on my photo-blog on (wait for it!) Wednesdays - all welcome!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

    PS: but I'm really from Somerset!

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    1. Hi Stuart, thank you I do indeed post bird images (quite a lot in the winter especially) so I will defiantly try and hook up, just starting to understand linky's it all looks complicated at first but I think I know what I am doing now, just need to find more :)

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  2. Wow! Absolutely stunning bit of photography

    Mollyxxx

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    1. Thank you very much Molly, it's always nice to hear when people like my photos.

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  3. Beautiful shot of the damselfly!

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    1. Thank you Gunilla, It is heart warming when people like my work.

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  4. That's a great shot! I don't remember to join monthly link-ups but I do enjoy weekly ones!

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  5. Thank you, maybe a weekly one is the way to go, it does seem like most are. And I do think there is more need for wildlife related ones they all mainly seem to be cooking or parenting ones.

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  6. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

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    1. Thank you, I love getting down in amongst the bugs (Dragonflies are one of my favourite subjects, I just wish they were about all year).

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