Since I have paid tribute here to fallen dry leaves and withered flowers, it is but apt that I also recognize the demise of one of my favorite macro subjects – the insects. Except for the praying mantis, I shot … Continue reading
I found this group of weaver ants one morning carrying what seems to be a kind of fly or a bee, going up a tree. It is a common knowledge that ant can carry twenty times its body weight, so … Continue reading
Amazing to imagine how insects change and leave their skins whole with those little detailed parts intact. How did they come out of their old skin without ripping it? It’s simply unfathomable to think how much amount of deformity they … Continue reading
Watching the coming and goings of ants, I had often wondered what is it they are doing once they meet with each other on the way in spite of their busy life. It seems they stop to kiss or have … Continue reading
These are the other thing that insects do in the early morning. I just felt the need to post this separately… enjoy!