The prettiest ant that I ever did see,
she wears the coming sunset like a robe,
dancing away the years
like motes in a sunbeam.
Eastern black carpenter ant | Camponotus pennsylvanicus
How very beautiful!! Love this photo and the text!!
Reminds me of the sentinel ant in the first photo we have of your series. Another beautiful shot.
Don’t know if I like the prose or the photo best.
Good shot and DOF.
Dipping lower, last ray, she turns into it, every detail of her body defined,moment is poetic.
Too fast for me to keep up, Diane.
Excellent as always! Beautiful ant and leaf silhouettes and splendid tones!
Interesting composition and great depth of field shot.
Splendid shot – and wonderful words.
Great shot! It defies the law of gravity as well.
Such astonishing movement.
Great photo, wonderful composition!
A big fan of your work, Rick – considering i just discovered you via Tamron’s website!
I am wondering if you used 90mm or 180mm lens in this shot?
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