Category Archives: Week on Sunday

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Return of The Week on Sunday

Despite my best efforts to ignore what’s going on around me, and to make a vocation out of macro nature photography, I can no longer restrain myself on sharing the some of the fascinating and […]

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The Last Week on Sunday

Changing with the season… A change in format will take place on this blog. The weekly collection of links that makes up The Week on Sunday will be discontinued. Instead, I will be sharing appropriate […]

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The Week on Sunday #42

Woke up this morning to see the first snow of winter. We are still hovering around 0° C, so it will melt away soon, but tonight’s temperatures are due to go to -10°, and that […]

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The Week on Sunday #41

Welcome to another Week on Sunday. ♦ Below, one of the best insect photo’s from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards! As you can see, there was no insect, or indeed any other invertebrate […]

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The Week on Sunday #40

Welcome to another Week on Sunday! With winter fast approaching, my mind begins to turn to how I will continue to explore the macro world from inside the home. While I do have a lot […]

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The Week on Sunday #39

♦ This Week on Sunday I want to open up with this amazing photograph. Not just a great photograph of an ant, this is a great photo of a model of an ant! Unfortunately they are […]

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The Week on Sunday #38

This Week on Sunday is book-ended by two videos from TedTalks. Both are new to me and worth seeing: ♦ From the 17 September, 2013–Marla Spivak on the many reasons that bees are in trouble: […]

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The Week on Sunday #37

Welcome back to the Week on Sunday! Photography ♦ LOOK! The BugGeek is reborn, with a dazzling new photographs of one of the most bizarre buggy sights you are ever likely to encounter! “This caterpillar […]

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