Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Infinite World

The real world is limited. 1+1 can never not equal to 2.

A photograph can never come alive without a "Martian" narration, but this insect challenged my theory with its crystalline secretion.

It was better then to blur the back side when it turned to me by purpose.

Failing to get any concurrence, I moved to a dragon-like critter in the neighborhood. It shook its tail like my dog always does.

In the end, there are always someone to stand by my side, and tell me that "only the world of imagination is infinite".

And tail shaking still carried on.

21 comments:

Icy BC said...

Your photos are just fantastic! I wouldn't try to argue with you if you said 1+1 equals 3 either.

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

What on earth is that second insect? It looks sort of like a cicada, but with a tail? Very mysterious.

George said...

These are wonderful macros. Thanks for sharing part of your infinite world with us.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Looks like it may have seen too many of those hip hop artists (lol)..at least you can hum your own music? At any rate..you took some good macros (smile)

betchai said...

your world of imagination is always infinite and so is the flow of your words and thoughts.lovely macros.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Yes, doesn't look like an earthling! Where are you Rainfield? :)

RNSANE said...

It is amazing that you hang out with those bugs so much and still aren't buggy yourself, dear rainfield! Your photography is incredible. I am not so fond of insects that I want to get all that close to them but I love that you do and will share with cowards like me.

Frieda said...

Thank you for sharing these great macros.
The second animal looks like a dragon!!

Amin said...

Wonderful photos!

VanillaSeven said...

How polite are you to peep others doing their business :D

Happy New Year Rainfield. great macros!

rainfield61 said...

All happened at a crossroad, and we happened to meet each other.

The "martian" story started from here.

AVCr8teur said...

I have never seen such creatures. Your macro has brought new life to our eyes.

Ann said...

I kept my two crab shells to take to school, dried it, The husband brings it in to the bed room, a giant slug came with it. Wait for me to post the photo.

I mean giant, fatter than my pointer finger and one and half inch long.

CH said...

I have never seen any critter that gives us "gold" in return.

Have you collected the "gold"?

sweetmemoirs said...

Droppin' by to greet you a Happy New Year! Better late than never, eh? I shall greet you Happy Chinese New Year in advance, i bet i'm the first one who greeted you now. Lol!
Kiddin' aside, THANK YOU for everything Rainfield! Yes, you are Rainfield aren't you? See? I may be invisible by I visit you silently. Who won't support a loyal blogging friend? You are precious to me just as precious Cerok Tokun is to you. Now you know what is that "everything" means right? In fact, a simple THANK YOU is never enough. I'm really glad i hopped on to your "journey"...
Till then, Rainfield! Cheers and more power to your blog... most of all more blessings to you and your family. :)
~Cher

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Where its going?

One said...

So you have a dog?

You seem very ready for 2011 after shedding your skin.

Bengbeng said...

i am impressed rainfield. what is that secretion?

roentarre said...

Though thin depth of field, very good captures with these bugs. Love to see unusual shapes and forms :)

Tes said...

Amazing macro, Rainy! Wow! Did you use a macro lens for that?

Malar said...

Such a marvelous macro photos!