From Digital To Print

Last year Paul D. Brock emailed me via my WordPress contact page to ask if he could use an image of a male wasp I had photographed back in the sumemr of 2019 called Ichneumon xanthorius.

Ichneumon xanthorius male

Of course I agreed, and they sent me a complimentary copy of the book. Note they flipped my original image to suit their page layout.

44 thoughts on “From Digital To Print

  1. Congrats Peter! what a wonderful thing to happen. I’m so pleased. Looks fantastic, and now you have a brand new field guide. Awesome!

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  2. Well done Pete! You’re such a brilliant photographer of this amazing natural world around us it’s great to see you getting such credit!

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  3. Fantastic. Well done, Pete. It is wonderful to know that someone recognised the worth of your excellent photographs – and how useful to receive such a book!

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  4. Congratulations Pete!! That’s quite an appreciation of your excellent photographical skillsπŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½

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  5. Congratulations, Pete. Always a thrill to get an image published. It was certainly well deserved as this particular photo shows excellent detail and just the right angle for identification. πŸ™‚

    Insect macros are not necessarily easy as the subject can move and a less identifiable pose can be captured within a short amount of time.

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  6. Well, this was an interesting post. I was happy for you, of course. It’s great fun to see our photos put to new use. I also was intrigued enough by the name to go looking for it’s relationship to Darwin. I found it; there’s a great article here about the behavior of this sort of wasp.

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    1. Thank you, Linda πŸ™‚ Thank you to the link and the interesting article. I never knew the wasp had a common name until I saw it printed in the book!


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