HEY GIPSON! Lets see your ant. 16MP of get in your lunch box, ant.

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  1. LightSpeed

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    I'm not sure what kind of ant this is.
    He's a bit larger than a common fire ant.
    Maybe about 1/8 of an inch longer, or so.
    Still messin with it in post.


     
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    Sorry, light! No ants! :)
     
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    Dao No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Maybe substitute with one close to ants. Like aUnts. :D
     
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    Neat ant - though looks like he's running away! Tricky devils to get them still, nearly always moving around when I see them.

    This reminds me that I still need to get a hip-flask specifically for carrying sugar water around with my (tried honey and whilst it works it can be somewhat messy and - overall - distracting when taking pics)
    http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2337/3543473338_2c4f70ee8b_z.jpg?zz=1
     
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    Yep, he was tough Mr. Overread.
    They never stop. This one is unlike any ant I've ever seen.
    He senses movement and hides. It was a strange thing, as ants go.
    Not sure what kind of ant this is but the senses are keen.
     

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