Can you spot the details in our latest iWitness photo challenge?

Detail of bee working collecting pollen Picture: MICK WEBB

Detail of bee working collecting pollen Picture: MICK WEBB - Credit: Archant

Details was the theme for our iWitness photographers this week, and they rose to the challenge with some fantastic photos.

Emperor moth caterpillar Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA

Emperor moth caterpillar Picture: ROBERT MCKENNA - Credit: Archant

The winning image comes from Pamela Bidwell, who captured a stunning close-up of a dragonfly.

Dragonfly in detail Picture PAMELA BIDWELL

Dragonfly in detail Picture PAMELA BIDWELL - Credit: Archant

Insects provided inspiration for many of our community of photographers. Jane Deville caught a bluebottle cleaning itself up on camera, while Mick Webb showed the detail of bee at work collecting pollen.

Conkers in detail Picture: DAVID LAMMING

Conkers in detail Picture: DAVID LAMMING - Credit: Archant

Robert McKenna chose to capture the detail of a emperor moth caterpillar, while finally David Lamming chose to capture something different, showing off a carpet of conkers on the ground.

Hoverfly on a bramble bush in the garden Picture: JULIE KEMP

Hoverfly on a bramble bush in the garden Picture: JULIE KEMP - Credit: Archant

The theme for next week’s challenge is Something Blue. Get out there and find some blue things to photograph!

Close up of the insect life Picture: ANGELA GOODWIN

Close up of the insect life Picture: ANGELA GOODWIN - Credit: Archant


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A blue bottle cleaning itself up Picture: JANE DEVILLE

A blue bottle cleaning itself up Picture: JANE DEVILLE - Credit: Archant

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