Patterns and Textures

Patterns and Textures

There isn’t much in terms of wildlife to photograph in Lusaka but luckily there is a very large garden here so I have been satisfying my photography cravings with some macro work. The first shot is of a twirly vine and the second a close-up of a dry leaf. The third is an extreme close-up showing the incredible pattern of a dragonfly’s wing. The last image is of a giant millipede known locally as a chongololo – it curls up like this to protect itself when threatened.





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