Nature photographer Martin Amm came up with the idea to take pictures of insects covered with dew.
He told us dragonflies aren’t his only focus but that he admires “their awesome structures and appearance.”
“This year I’m concentrating on the birth of dragonflies, that’s why there are so many dragonflies pictures in myportfolio.”
Red veined darter. c. Martin Amm. 2008
Amm of Kronach, Germany, considers photography “just a hobby” for now but hopes to make it a career.He’s a fan of Jim Brandenburg, the well known National Geographic wildlife photographer who shoots wildlife and landscapes from his home base in Ely, Minn. “He’s one of my favorite photographers. His photographs are just incredible.”
Amm’s photos are pretty incredible, too. For more of his images visit his site onDeviant Art.
Portrait of a very little dragonfly. c. Martin Amm. 2008.
Red-veined darter ll. "Taken before sunsrise when the dew covers everything." -- c. Martin Amm. 2008
Correction: Due to a long distance miscommunication error on the editor's part, Martin Amm was originally misidentified. We regret the error.