Macro Photography: Capturing the tiny little world of insects

29th Jul, 2020 | Tourism Mail Crew

Since the announcement of lockdown from March 24, 2020, was made by Nepal Government, the countdown of my boring days began. With nothing to do much around my home, I thought of doing Macro Photography in my garden. Then, I clicked the pictures of different kinds of insects around the compound area of my small garden. 

As days passed by, I was so amused and interested in my Macro Photography that I would wait up for another morning to be able to capture the amazing little tiny world. Macro Photography made me realize that even the tiny insects have their own life and the world like ours. They are also busy and occupied with themselves and need to survive everyday like us. 
Eventually, I was so involved and captivated in Macro Photography, that I didn't even realize that the 3 months of lockdown had ended. I am very grateful for nature and technology, which helped me to discover my new passion, which made me occupied during the lockdown. Lastly, I would like to quote that “ If you want to be addicted, be addicted in the beauty and breathtaking shots of Macro Photography but not inshots of alcohol”.

Text/Photo: Ravi Das Shrestha