…until you discover that huge ants are crawling all over you. But this shot alone was worth losing my lenscap and injuring my finger:
I couldn’t decide on a color scheme with these. And it is mighty difficult to keep them in focus. They are fast. And their beig brotehrs and sisters even faster. And clingy. *still itches*
This is my finger btw…
I am currently in Macro-Mode (it helps to distract me from moving…I have spent the last week constructing IKEA furniture. You don’t even want to know how bruised I am.) Often, I think: Oh, nice flower, let’s get a shot and only afterwards, do I spot the inhabitants of said flower. Or object.
An example: On first glance, I saw this.
On second, this:
Sometimes, it’s not so pleasant as a drinking ant. I don’t think that this little bee was alive as I snapped that shot.
And this spider I didn’t see, because the flowers were tiny to begin with. The spider was the size of the pin of a needle. At most. Or otherwise I wouldn’t have gone close to it.
I must watch A Bug’s Life again. 🙂
More of my photographs as always via 500 px, where you can download things. Or via flickr.