awkwardsituationist: paul souders spent two weeks in the hudson bay looking for polar bears, but spotted only two. luckily, this one, photographed thiry miles offshore of churchill, manitoba, felt comfortable enough to get “very, very close. scary close,” as he put it. “i couldn’t believe i was doing something this crazy close. …i could hear her slow, regular breathing as she watched me below the surface, increasingly curious. it was very special.”
Macro shots of intense struggles fatal ants
Photographer Alex Wild recorded using the macro function, scenes of intense struggles between ants fatal. Alex says the project “Fighting Ants” captures the images of conflicts between societies of ants.
This series of photos was taken around the world. Alex Wild passed by Australia, United States, Panama, Argentina, Ecuador, South Africa, Brazil and Uganda.
According to Wild, the worst enemies of ants are other ants. The pictures show different types of conflicts versus ant ants. Some ant species show different fighting each other, usually by territorial domain.
Here’s a selection of photography taken so far.
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