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The Ones Who Rarely Keep Still
“Don’t be lazy, be like the ants. Learn their ways and be wise.” I grew up hearing these words from the elders, and it often made me wonder if ants do sleep. And how would they? They haven’t got any … Continue reading
Eenzy Weenzy Spiders
I just learned recently that spiders are not insect. I’m sorry, but maybe I was absent or simply not listening when it was thought in school. With the countless kinds of spiders (not to mention Spiderman,) they ought to have their own group in the animal kingdom. Though I don’t specifically know what they are called, here are a few that take shelter around our place.
In The Stillness Of The Early Mornings 2
These are the other thing that insects do in the early morning. I just felt the need to post this separately… enjoy!
In The Stillness Of The Early Mornings
Early morning, when most things are on its stillness – while the morning breeze are yet to be awaken from its slumber; this is the best time to capture insects with their splendor details. Stillness is one of the most … Continue reading
Crawlers, Hoppers and Flyers
One of my life’s simple pleasures is living in a place that is surrounded by different plants and trees, which shelters innumerable tiny little creatures. I love shooting macros and it made me love insects too – well not all, … Continue reading