This afternoon was a bit cloudy, no sunshine, and therefore great light for some macro flower photography. That, at least, was the plan! In the event it turned out to be a bug hunt. Armed with just the Macro Nikkor Lens (60mm) I set forth into the local woods. ISO set at 400 to give me some fast shutter speed should it be needed, and focus set to manual. I always find, when shooting macro, that I get better results from manually focussing rather than relying on the autofocus. It took a few goes to get my eye in and then off it all went. I quite like this pic as the hoverfly on the celandine has its wings outspread, giving it a more dynamic feel.