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Uploaded: 02/10/06 10:41 PM GMT
The discovery of ants
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And yes, this one must be enlarged to dicover why...

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::Morwyn
02/10/06 11:15 PM GMT
They are rather busy little creatures.. Nice shot.. Cute ants..
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One bead at a time
::Asrai
02/10/06 11:19 PM GMT
Where you looking to capture the ants or where they just a bonus?
Very Lovely.

~Dorothy
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Magic is everywhere...
.foofoo
02/10/06 11:56 PM GMT
A strange place to see ants unless they're after the nectar. I'll have to look more closely at my flowers now to see if I see any. Thanks for posting.
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::J_272004
02/11/06 12:15 AM GMT
Definately have to see full view to see it.. great shot as always, and lovely colours... you have captured the ants very well, they must be after the sweet nectar or some water.. nice work
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"I cannot change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination" / Jimmy Dean
MellodySmiles
02/11/06 12:43 AM GMT
Stunning...happy ants on a glorious flower. The colors and shine of the pedals and greenery is wonderful. Great capture. Good job!
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Life is an adventure...so venture already!
::verenabloo
02/11/06 1:31 AM GMT
My dear Paul..you just have an eye for beauty dont you?! This is so lovely! So many times people miss out on shots like this...because they arent patient enough...but you seem to be very patient..I love this photo...just make a person realize the busy little things on the earth that make nature so nice for us to enjoy..thank you my friend...verena
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So rich is the morning air...so tender is the evening sun...
+mayne
02/11/06 1:33 AM GMT
Where there are ants, there are aphids. The ants collect the honeydew from the aphids as they chowdown on your plants. Neat capture Paul...did you follow them?
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Darryl
::vicvog
02/11/06 2:16 AM GMT
Amazing shot Paul! Can't believe you could capture those little guys like that! My favorite flower. I have them all over my yard in the summer! Vicky
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.mimi5947
02/11/06 6:10 AM GMT
Really cool capture of the parade of the ants Paul. I like how they are in a neat row! The flower is pretty impressive also, not only in size, but in color. I also like the bud that is in the image. All the way around, neat composition and subject matter! Thanks for posting :~)
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~ Mimi~
.June
02/11/06 1:58 PM GMT
Great image, the flower is rather lovely too, lol.
Top scores!
JuneBug
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"A picture is worth a thousand words"
.Dunstickin
02/11/06 2:06 PM GMT
How the heck do find these Paul!...you must have eyes the size of dinner plates to see these shots....But, there again, if you can just point a camera over a wall without knowing whats on the other side....well I can understand this one!
Brilliantly done mate...Loverly colour, with the added interest...Bob
(PS..just out of curiosity, when you put that camera over that wall, there might have been a 'couple' in an amorous embrace!!!!...What then!)
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.ted3020
02/11/06 2:33 PM GMT
Great shot. I really enjoy the march of the ants. Patience, patience, patience.
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.Inkeri
02/11/06 5:40 PM GMT
Stunning..!..And Excellent,as usualy!!.
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KEIFER
02/11/06 6:42 PM GMT
nice color and composition .. even without the ants
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.priyanthab
02/12/06 2:15 AM GMT
Hmm very nice. This is a very common flower here in Sri Lanka. You have done a nice job capturing it with the bud aside. Good work.
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.sansoni7
02/14/06 8:11 AM GMT
Great work.
Congratulations.
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Look around and catch it ; the Art is there !
.mmynx34
04/08/06 8:41 PM GMT
Just love those flowers. And an excellent capture with those lil bizzy bodies working there. Very nice
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Live every day as if it's your last... and take "pictures" of it ;)
::BorderingOrion
08/16/06 8:20 PM GMT
You have a recognisable ability to capture brilliant photos Paul. You certaintly have left no room for disappointment with this photo. The flower on its own is excellent - the texture of the petals is succinctly expert. But to have also caught a raid-party of nectar thieves red-handed as well, is beyond expert. Very well done.
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