Friday, October 29, 2010

A deer was shrunk

Gosh, the great computer program was corrupted, and hence Nature had accidentally shrunk a deer into a black little thing carrying the body of a bee. I did not expect to see a wild deer at Cerok Tokun, and it never expect to find itself in this strange place.

It kept going round a grass tip. This made my camera very hard to get focus on it. I was very much drained trying to take photographs of this weird little thing than to hike Cerok Tokun.

It could not stop turning as if it was driven by questions after questions: "What has happened to me?", "Why am I here?", "Where are the rest?".

"Oh no, I am not what I am!" (Rainfield, you have spoiled me!!)

It noticed it could fly finally. It flew away.

24 comments:

Diane AZ said...

Oh dear, what a predicament! Perhaps by now it has settled into its true nature.

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Oh I see you caught a male one.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Oh I see! Who shrunk it??

Kirigalpoththa said...

I think it resembles this Elk

Frieda said...

Great pictures!!

Mei Teng said...

What kind of insect was that?

Icy BC said...

What is that critter? It's so interesting looking, and great captured..Have a great weekend with your family!

George said...

That is really an interesting critter! It's antlers remind me of some elk we saw in the Smoky Mountains.

Ginnymo said...

You sure have some weird looking insects over there..LOL But I like your stories to go along with them!!

Ann said...

got a worm farm, can't see the worms, but I caught 2 green shield bugs. The kids love them, and a good way to teach them writing and teaching stories.

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

What a very strange little insect! Antlers!

Jenn said...

Interesting!

CH said...

You are funny enough to spoil a little critter.

lol.

rainfield61 said...

I gave up to id this critter after searching the internet for a few weeks using different keywords.

It maybe a Elk from Smoky Mountains initially.

It maybe a male.

It is a strange and interesting critter right now.

Happy Sunday to you all.

eileeninmd said...

What a neat looking critter, it does seem to have a big rack. You have some wonderful photos of your strange looking bug.

betchai said...

oh, i can attest to that, sometimes it is harder to photograph these little insects than to hike :) beautiful pictures.

fufu said...

oh my god...this is good :) was a mini deer i must say

Kilauea Poetry said...

Oh (lol)..classic! Well, I can tell by those feelers..yes indeed, he was a lost deer - but I'm glad he figured out a way to get back! As for you..I can imagine..hope you were finally satisfied with the last contortion- brilliant!

rainfield61 said...

I wonder anyone of you have seen this deer when it returned to its home place.

One said...

This is another U.F.O. for me. Great capture.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Rainfield, first, amazing macros and you always capture the most unique and interesting little creatures. An insect deer, I love it!

Ayie said...

the last even looks like a shrunken moose

Harumi said...

Cool antlers.. but it's still creepy alright. And I think Cerok Tokun has too many alien critters. Have you been summoning them from deep space? =D

Ruthi said...

what exactly was that creepy creature? i hope it doesn't sting. those antlers are spiky.