Macro Monday: Life’s a balancing act

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61 thoughts on “Macro Monday: Life’s a balancing act

    • It’s so kind of you πŸ™‚ I was just lucky to get this shot after watching this guy for a few minutes on our compound wall.

      I had my old Sony DSC W5 then and it was pretty handy for macros.

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  1. Amazing shot Sreejith! Nature has so much to offer and you’ve captured it so well! πŸ˜€
    Thanks for the visit to my Photo-editing blog. Much appreciated. πŸ˜€

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  2. difficile stare in equilibrio Γ¨ vero, ma la natura da grandi risorse per farlo
    adoro le tue immagini molto reali ma insieme poetiche
    grazie
    felice giornata
    Ventis

    hard to be balanced is real, but nature by large resources to do so
    I love your very real pictures but poetic collection
    Thank you
    happy day

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  3. Ants are fun to watch; they are truly amazing little creatures. We have a species here in Maryland that protects and herds aphids.

    The ants love the sugar water the aphids excrete as waste, and will actually relocate the aphids to a new bush once they have eaten all the leaves.

    They even store the aphid eggs in their colony during winter.

    They are always a good macro subject, and this little one gave you such a nice image.

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    • You are absolutely, right, Chris πŸ™‚

      Ants teaches quite some lessons too…

      The virtues of discipline, hard work and co-operation …

      It’s so wonderful, observing the macro world in action and it really relaxes our mind and provides great joy πŸ™‚

      Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts, I really value it πŸ™‚

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