Most of us spend very little time watching insects. It was only when I started this project of taking portraits of pollinators in flight that I realized insects aren’t just randomly flying about in the world. Most of them have a home-area where they visit places of interest on a regular basis – sometimes several times a day throughout their lives. Of course we know this about bees, but not so much about other insect neighbours, such as butterflies, hoverflies or ladybirds, who pass through the margins of our consciousness as if they were mere ephemeral imprints. To see a bigger slideshow of the pictures please click on one.