Colour Explosion: Photos of Insects on Flowers


When you're lucky enough to see an insect settle on a flower when you're out shooting, it presents you with a great opportunity for a very interesting and colourful photograph. From past experience here on Light Stalking, it's also likely to be a very popular photograph among those you show. We never get sick of macro bugs (and we even have some tips on photographing insects) so today we thought we would share a few that happened to land on flowers.

Flor concorrida / Rush hour
Photo by Adriano Aurelio Araujo
scums:heal the world
Photo by Lali Masriera
Photo by Olivier Bacquet
the wings-become-windows butterfly.
Photo by Eddy Van 3000
Avispa, Wasp.
Photo by Vicente Villamón
Ladybug Fly Away Home
Photo by peasap
Straight swift Parnara bada
Photo by Ajith U
Hoverfly Sucking Nectar
Photo by Sabrina Campagna
D like Dragonfly :)
Photo by Chris Bartnik

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Rob is the founder of Light Stalking. His love for photography pushed him into building this fantastic place, and you can get to know him better here.

Insects photos are fascinating by opening a window to another dimension of our universe. Here are some insects portraits that I found simply awsome

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