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Insect & Reptile World
A collection through the lens of the insect world across the globe
A selection of flowers from around the world through the lens.
Zoom in a bit closer into the world of Macro Photography
Black and white
A collection of portraits, landscapes, urban, architecture & life
A collection of relaxing scenic images
A album of interesting and amazing architecture
A collection of birds
An album of images that make travel worthwhile
WELCOME TO EYESSHARE PHOTOGRAPHY
Welcome to my photography website Eyesshare. When I travel to places anywhere in the world I always try to capture and share my best images that I have taken with my camera. I hope that you enjoy your visit! and browsing my pictures. If you would like an image please message me.
Great grey owl - Janice
The Great Gray Owl is a dapper owl dressed in a gray suit with a bow tie across its neck and a surprised look on its face. Great grey owls are so elusive that they’ve been nicknamed “the ghosts of the forest. Great grey owls move silently through a forest and will quietly perch, rarely drawing at...
Iguana in ruins of Tulum - Janice
In the Maya jungle and along the white sand beaches of Quintana Roo and in amongst the ruins of Tulum all sorts of reptiles can be seen on any given day
Stenotus Binotatus - Janice
This is a species of plant bug, originally from Europe but now also established across North America and New Zealand. It is 6-7mm long. Yellowish with darker marking on the pronotum and forewings. It feeds on various grasses and can be a pest of crops such as wheat.
Sunflower - Janice
A lone sunflower in late spring in the campo in Murcia. "1st. prize winneri n 06/2010 Fujifinepix photography competition.
During growth, sunflowers tilt during the day to face the sun, but stop once they begin blooming. This tracking of the sun in young sunflower heads is called heliotropism. B...
Fire Eater Belsay Hall - Janice
Fire eating event at Belsay Castle and gardens near Morpeth in Northumberland, a English Heritage site.
Insect & Reptile World If you like the fascinating world of insects and they hold your eye be sure to visit this collection. Full of many colours, shapes and lots of legs. Enjoy browsing through the world of creepy crawlies that help our ecosystem.
Cities Captured here is a collection of the atmosphere of a city. Gardens, parks architecture and all the fascinating things that cities draw us to visit them.
Cities of the world. Their history culture and sights
Insect & Reptile World
A nice collection through the lens of the insect world across the globe.
Some are taken through macro. Take a peek
"You don't take a photograph, you make it" Ansel Adams
Point, focus, capture! I add photos regularly to the website. So please revisit from time to time.
Spot it, shoot it and post it online. Since 2014. Enjoy my images.
Black And White
A collection of images that are in black and white.
Black and white photos are often seen as “timeless,” and many photographers and viewers tend to think of them more artistic than their more popular color counterparts. A black and white image has a surreal and almost dreamlike quality, too;
Here is a selection of flowers from around the world through the lens.