The question that I’m most often asked is what my favourite wildlife subject is to photograph. I always say that I struggle to choose and it’s true, but there is a particular group that I tend to fall back on, especially since my investment in a decent macro lens at the beginning of 2014: macro photography. I wouldn’t say that I necessarily love invertebrates any more than any of the other amazing species I have been privileged enough to photograph. I think what it comes down to is that there is incredible diversity of invertebrate species within a few feet of my back door. That’s not to say that I live in some super or exotic location (although I do love it here!), but that a lot of these tiny miracles are easily overlooked simply due to their size. buy Aurogra 1mg
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Alice Hunter is a specialist wildlife and landscape photographer based in Cambridgeshire. She grew up in rural Herefordshire and has always been fascinated by nature and wildlife. Her earliest memories are of being outdoors and she is still amazed by the diversity on our doorsteps here in Britain.