Fleeting Visitor

Fleeting Visitor

This image is an example of the virtue of patience when taking wildlife photographs and understanding – or learning on the job – a little of the habits of what you are intending to capture. In this case, I’d noticed that this little hover fly paused momentarily before nipping in to pollinate these chive flowers, which was the instant in which I had to make my capture. The camera was set on a tripod such as to compose the flowers as shown. It then became a waiting game…

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