Wall Art Ideas | Tips for Hanging, Arranging | Laurel Home | lovely collage of prints from UK House and Garden

Wall Art Ideas | Tips for Hanging, Arranging | Laurel Home | lovely collage of prints from UK House and Garden

Photographer Thomas Shahan takes incredible close up macro pictures from a bugs eye-view

Photographer Thomas Shahan takes incredible close up macro pictures from a bugs eye-view

I thought the clarity of the bees wings in this shot was very interesting as you can see the veins of the bees wings and the light reflecting off of the plastic like wing.

I thought the clarity of the bees wings in this shot was very interesting as you can see the veins of the bees wings and the light reflecting off of the plastic like wing.

Make a cute insect hotel for bees, ladybirds and other insects. Made from a mini chest of drawers and filled with straw, cardboard and pampas grass tubes

Make a cute insect hotel for bees, ladybirds and other insects. Made from a mini chest of drawers and filled with straw, cardboard and pampas grass tubes

Hornets creeps me out but this photo is stunning and terrifying at the same time.A portrait of a hornet by Dusan Beno  Bug-obsessed Slovakian student, Dusan Beno captures detailed macro portraits of insects and spiders. He catches his subjects in the great outdoors and then "bug-naps" them by taking them back to his home for photo-shoots.

Hornets creeps me out but this photo is stunning and terrifying at the same time.A portrait of a hornet by Dusan Beno Bug-obsessed Slovakian student, Dusan Beno captures detailed macro portraits of insects and spiders. He catches his subjects in the great outdoors and then "bug-naps" them by taking them back to his home for photo-shoots.

A bee balances two water droplets on its back as it perches on a flower. The picture was taken by keen photographer Agus Sudarmanto near Doha, Qatar. He said: "There is no rain at all here so we have to spray water periodically on flowers. This is the reason there were drops on the bee, but it was amazing how it was just delicately balanced on his back."

A bee balances two water droplets on its back as it perches on a flower. The picture was taken by keen photographer Agus Sudarmanto near Doha, Qatar. He said: "There is no rain at all here so we have to spray water periodically on flowers. This is the reason there were drops on the bee, but it was amazing how it was just delicately balanced on his back."

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