The beauty of macro & close-up photography is that the camera can see what the naked eye often can’t. This is how we humans are “built” and the photo gear comes as a useful “extension” of our vision. We can thus see incredible details and find out more about the life of tiny creatures.
I want to show you some more pictures which unveil the fascinating (micro)world of insects. They were taken this summer in Bran on a sunny day, when everything was quiet and peaceful. The only “noise” I could hear was the “voice” of the little insects flying and jumping from flower to flower in search for pollen or some other type of food.