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Toppling Angels

A star-crossed ant topples angels from their perch before the universe breaks up and winks out. _____________________________________ Eastern black carpenter ant | Camponotus pennsylvanicus

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In the Pines

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

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Secrets

Searching a daisy’s silence, faded petals collide with the secrets of a stranger. _____________________________________ Pavement ant | Tetramorium caespitum

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A Daisy’s Sorcery

Unsure of her next move, a slave to a daisy’s sorcery, lost in the underworld’s intoxicating atmosphere. _____________________________________ Eastern black carpenter ant | Camponotus pennsylvanicus

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One Eye Half-Shut

An occasional sojourner in the pocket of a forgotten flower, every nook & hidden place glowing, navigating the underworld with one eye half-shut. _____________________________________ Pavement ant | Tetramorium caespitum

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The Still Point

I don’t try to anthropomorphize the animals I photograph, but many viewer’s do with this ant. It’s my most popular insect image, and many people feel an emotional connection. A print is in a dozen […]

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