I truly think that there is more beauty in imperfection than perfection, for it is the imperfect things that truly make us beautiful. --me
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Nov 8, 2008

The Struggle



One of my first attempts to photograph other bugs besides the really cute ones. These ants were either fighting over something or helping each other out. I love the flowers they were on because of the porcelain look the flowers had. I posted an image of the flowers a while back.

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13 comments:

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Nature is so fascinating.All we need to do is stop to look,and haveing a camera in hand is a good idea.

i beati said...

which is prettier the header or the outstanding posts enjoy it all Sandy

Anna said...

I love the way you put that - 'other bugs besides the really cute ones'

Ants are cool, as long as they're not in my house...

Picturing of Life said...

wonderful macro shot

My CC post this week in HERE. Hope you have time to visit. Thanks.

Shellmo said...

This is a nice contrast w/ the pure white flower!

Darla said...

Ants are incredible. Looked at your older posts you have great photos.

Misty Dawn said...

Great macro shot! I'm a big fan of shooting bugs, but all mine are gone now :-( It's gonna be snowing here soon.

Faye Pekas said...

I hope they were helping each other out. Nice macro.

June said...

Isn't nature fun to watch!

fishing guy said...

Christy: Nice capture of the ant. The colors of the flower makes it stand out.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Good for you! I think next spring I may break out of my "box" and start photographing the less than pretty insects too. I'll be an interesting challenge. ;-)

Reader Wil said...

What great macro photos, both in header and in your post!

onangelwings said...

You did make one of the less beautiful insects look less ugly with that beautiful flower.

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