We're a perverse lot, us photographers. I mean, if you're going to photograph small things or small parts of things you'd think we'd call it microphotography: but no, because to photograph small things we need a macro lens, (i.e one that produces an image of something that it is bigger than the thing itself) we call producing any image that is the same size or larger than our actual subject, macrophotography.
You certainly get to learn a little bit more about bugs and things - for example, I never knew that flies wore sunglasses! (see below)
After the rain, water droplets are everywhere
Flowers can be good subjects for macro/close up images, and of course there's always the occasional visiting bee
We'll finish up with a moth and a peacock butterfly