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Ashridge Estate – Bluebells

I have taken photos of bluebells in the past but only whilst ambling round the countryside.  Therefore, I decided to visit National Trust Ashridge which claims to be one of the best places in the UK to see bluebells – I was not disappointed: Dockey Wood,  part of the estate, has vast swathes of bluebells, both out in the open and within treelines of the surrounding woodland.  I now understand why Ashridge estate is so popular, in particular the stunning bluebells.  All shots taken with a Nikon D750 and 90mm macro, 24 -70mm and 70-200mm lenses.

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Large Tree Nymph

A few shots of a large tree nymph butterfly taken with a D750 and Tamron 90mm macro lens.

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Amazing Dandelion

These pictures were taken in a very dark room with my D3000, Tripod and Tamron 90mm Macro lens.  I picked the best looking dandelion I could find in my garden and used an LED torch to provide the lighting.  Although a dandelion at first glance looks quite ordinary I think these photos prove otherwise.  By the way, no dandelions were killed or injured during the production of these photographs.

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