Posts from the ‘Wheat Belt WA’ Category
Wandering around the same lake the day before I stumbled over this little beetle which was totally encrusted in the salt and was like molten glass. There was a small spider above him obviously trying to find a way of getting at his remains. The beetle was only about ten mm long and the spider only really popped into view when I installed my 105 macro lens and got in nice and close. after the storm that evening there was about twenty mm of water over the lakes surface which made for a totally different scene the next morning and the beetle was nowhere to be found..
Back to landscapes this week. This is one of many panoramas I shot on the Easter weekend while camped out at one of our secret spots in the wheatbelt. We had a magic storm which made for some wicked light during the day and night and having the lake at hand it made for some different subject matter as well. I will post more over the next few days when time permits. All these panos need to be clicked on and viewed big.