This months AR Feature is all about a personal favourite Pokémon type of mine, bug types! The Bug Catcher has been a trainer class featured in Pokémon games since the very first generation, and whilst we don’t have these trainer classes featured in PokémonGO, I know bug types are an underappreciated fave for a lot of trainers. I find myself photographing them a lot, so I wanted to see how creative you guys could get!
The below AR images have not been edited in any way.
‘The beach resort we go to has many artificial creeks teeming with life from water lilies and algae to fish and dragonflies. What I thought would fit in there is a couple of water striders. I then remembered that Surskit was inspired by them so I took out my phone and found a nice looking spot for an AR photo.’
‘After an eventful day, during which I got a muscle tear, I decided to take my amazing Mothim to a new place. He loved the lake and the park and returned to me several times and tickled me with his flapping wings. He brightened my mood on that bad day.’
‘Combee loves being near flowers in spring and so we’re doing many bees there when I took the AR photo’
‘As I was walking through the park, I encountered a Metapod slumped against a tree! It stared me down as I walked. It seems as if it will emerge soon!’
‘With me and Ariados being cooped up at home for as long as we were, we didn’t really think we’d get the chance to go back to Dollywood. I think Ariados really liked it there, too. Though… I think he was intimidated by the larger spider’
‘I didn’t believe in tiny Pokemon until I saw this little Butterfree with my own eyes. I thought they were only kidding when they recorded miniature ones, but this little girl took my breath away when I saw her.’
‘I found this Wormadam trying to blend with the white flowers. It still stuck out though, silly thing!’
‘Butterfly Hollow at Jacksonville Zoo’
‘As I walked around my backyard, I noticed a Durant crawling around in the bark. It looked hungry so I decided to feed one of my apples I had. He guzzled it hungrily and I quickly snapped a photo before he crawled away.’