Organic landscape

9 December 2007 7 Comments Home » Insects etc.

An ant wanders a landscape of petal-less flowers, the latticework of stems echoing the framework of organic molecules.
 
Organic landscape

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  • Denice said:

    Another eye-popping view from the unique eye of the Rick Meister!

  • Strangefeather said:

    Absolute poetry. It reminds me of an Anne Carson poem where she compares winter trees to “white nerve nets.” The world echoes itself.

  • Rick said:

    Thanks, Denice.   And “white nerve nets” is a good idea for a future post, Strangefeather.

  • Alex said:

    Lovely shot. That is Prenolepis imparis, the Winter Ant.

  • Diane said:

    Interesting, looks like a molecular or chemical structure (takes me back to WSU).

    I’ve observed ants making transitions from one surface to the next and I notice sometimes they miss and falter, dangling, trying to get a foothold. This fella looks like he might have overestimated his reach!

    Still with the light, very cool shot.

  • Rick said:

    Great athletes, Diane.

  • Milos on Flickr said:

    Beautiful, I love the tones and the moment you captured!

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