FROM the miniature to the majestic, today’s selection of Press Camera Club photos has the lot.

Several look in close-up at the world of the very small. On this scale Paul Bailey’s ladybird has the bulk and heft of a tank crawling out of a ditch. Dot Nicholson’s extraordinary macro zoom into the heart of a poppy flower, meanwhile, has all the lush texture and colour of a freshly-made Black Forest Gateau. Anyone for a slice?

On the majestic side of things, there is Denise Millington’s glorious sunset on The Wolds, and Barney Sharratt’s equally glorious sunrise at Knavemire - we love that bank of sun-touched cloud rearing against the sky.

Sandra Michelle Hillyer has taken advantage of the quiet times at York station to take a photograph which captures the mathematical magic of the station’s design.

And there’s humour, too, in David Fieldsend’s wonderful photo of a sparrow turning a sawn-off tree-stump into a makeshift back-scratcher. You can feel the bliss...

Some of today’s photos were entered for this month’s camera club competition, theme #recovery. If you fancy your chances yourself, you still have just over a week to get your entries in...

Stephen Lewis