Sunday, August 23, 2009

Ant(e) Up

Newtown has had lots of rain this summer and the rain has brought lots of wildlife including these flowers. The rain has also brought lots of noisy insects and frogs. I had no idea just how loud they can get. Yesterday I saw an ant on a tall flower and I tried to get it's perspective in ths photo.

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27 comments:

  1. Love, love the perspective in that last photo - just gorgeous!

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  2. Beautiful wildflowers. I had to look really hard to find the ant sitting on the white flower. Really like the brick building, too.

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  3. What a fantastic mind you have and I think you got the perspective just right. Excellent :)

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  4. I had an ant of my Queen Anne's Lace picture and never noticed it when I took the picture! I love the colors and the bricks in the second picture.
    Sunny :)

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  5. Hello dear friend
    Amazing!You did a fabulous work with these perspective, I don't know how you got it but its stunning perfect!
    I wish you a nice week
    God bless you
    Léia

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  6. I love the mood of the second picture.Rain is not far.. (how lucky! we did not see rain since about three months now...)

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  7. Unfortunately, autumn and winter to come.

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  8. Doing obeisance
    before ancient stone building—
    the golden flowers.

    My Mellow Yellow

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  9. Wow - those flowers rich the sky - great perspective!

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  10. Definitely a different perspective! Nice!

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  11. Queen Anne's Lace is one of my favorites. What a beautiful perspective. Great photo.

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  12. I'm your biggest fan even though I have an untrained eye. I especially love the brick, the stormy sky and the flowers.

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  13. Great perspective and beautiful shot! Queen Ann's Lace is a joy to see in any photo!

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  14. Hi James,

    Good shots! And I can see the ant. It's bigger than the ones we have here though. Some of them bite by the way, which is not nice at all.

    Best regards
    Asta

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  15. boss, hats off to u buddy..fabulous clicks...cheers...

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  16. I don´t know if that´s your house in the second photo, but I like the look of that house. The garden must be nice too.

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  17. I love that angle!! well done!

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  18. I love the Queen Anne's lace and recently featured it on my blog without the ant! lol

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  19. Great shots... I love the perspective in each of them...

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  20. Excellent shots James... that house is a stunner with those two wee windows at the top.... I can see a face with the windows being the eyes and the flowerhead the mouth..

    Thank you for commenting on my Paintbox Picture blog... ;O) I will be printing that one off and framing it.
    Tom

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  21. Great photos. Don't you just LOVE the sound of the cicadas in the morning (afternoon and night!)

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  22. Both a LOVELY blossoms! Love the perspective in the last and am glad to know SOMEONE'S been getting rain ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  23. These are very nice! I love wildflowers!



    Junie

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  24. Amazing...I love the perspective in the last photo!

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