Although I call these "macrophotography" galleries, I can't claim that all the images are true "macrophotographs", since the usual definition of "macrophotograph" requires that the subject be recorded on the camera sensor at lifesize (i.e., 1:1) or even greater magnification. So, even though my images show the subjects on your screen at 10X to 50X larger than lifesize, they might have been recorded originally (i.e., in my camera) at less than actual life size. Consequently most of the photos are "close-ups" rather than true "macros". Aside from that issue of semantics, I hope you'll find the images themselves to be interesting.

Each subject was photographed "live" and "in the wild" (unless it was found already deceased).
Dragons and DamselsButterfliesA Few (more and more...) Backyard BugsAnts and AphidsSpidersMiscellaneous FloraWhile Hunting for the Ebony JewelwingBees, bees, bzzzzzAt the Pond on Hemstreet RoadAn Hour of Dragon Hunting at The PondLamberton ConservatoryIroquois National Wildlife RefugeA World at My FeetTrumpet Vine SecretsVisit to a Butterfly GardenAn Arachnid BalletI Have Ants in My PlantsZno book imagesEarly Autumn Fungi