Ant on Milkweed

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I used my Sigma 105mm macro plus 68mm extension tube for this shot.
f/8 1/1250 ISO 640

jun24202202 by Jeff Ashman, on Flickr

Here is a closer crop.
jun24202203 by Jeff Ashman, on Flickr
 
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Top notch, Jeff. These remind me of something...I just can't quite put my finger on it:laugh2:
I was playing with the macro and extension tubes and didn't even see the ants until I zoomed in on the flowers. Then I said to myself, I've seen that somewhere just recently. Hmmmm. 😁
 

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Very nice shot. The green part looks to me like a face hiding in the flower with the dark spots as the eyes. Great color.
 
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Very nice shot. The green part looks to me like a face hiding in the flower with the dark spots as the eyes. Great color.
Thank you! I thought the same thing too, regarding the face in the flower. The anti is a sugar ant, about 1mm long, to give an idea of the size.
 

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