This is a macro photography project I worked on in 2017. The subjects are small objects of animal or vegetable origin found along the banks of the River Thames in Surrey. I photographed each of them in a self-constructed light box, at multiple focal lengths using a macro lens. The resulting sets of images - approximately 20 images per object in most cases - were photostacked in software to acheive a far greater depth of field than would have been possible with just a single photograph. The title Micro Morts was coined by my mum, who mistakenly used it to describe this set of photographs, which I had previously called 'Macro Natura Morta'.