Saturday, May 14, 2011

Evolution

Ants have only Monday, yet I enjoy hiking every weekend. Is this what we call civilization?

I always stop here and there for pictures of the nature. I can see ants moving around to count the number of flowers. One of the ants I found this morning seemed very excited; its number counted in this morning must be as more as my blog traffic flow within two years time.

Is this a sign of evolution of ants? And will they go hiking and have their blog in the future?

21 comments:

The Retired One said...

Love the shot of the ant flower and raindrop...wow!!

Icy BC said...

Once when you've figured it out, let me know if it's an Evolution or not. Beautiful photos, Rainfield.

Ginnymo said...

Love those close ups! That dew drop on the end of that flower with the ant is real nice!! Ants have their own blogs. We just can't see them..LOL

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

I thik the ant like me is trying to figur out wether the bloom is pink or mauve.

One said...

Perhaps and hopefully blogger would be up and running when the ants are ready.

Icy BC said...

Where did my comment go? It must be Blogger's "evolution" move..

Gorgeous photos, Rainfield. Another romantic hiking this weekend with your wife and you will find solution soon :-)

Shifan said...

Think how much he count? Again you have done an interesting job. I faced server problem last days. That's why delay to reply you.

Regina said...

Those are one of my favorite bushes..they are lovely Rainfields! They always cheer me up (not the ants),though I enjoy your macros just the same. Those guys certainly do have a very large colony- a civilization of their own! Wishing you a wonderful weekend-

betchai said...

oh, always love your line of thoughts rainfield, and your shots are really awesome.

Ann said...

Standing is not enough, I have to chain myself. Then when I die, you chain my body/skeleton up on the branches, nobody esp the Ang Mos will dare to touch the tree.

NZ folk tale.

Autumn Belle said...

I thought the ants go hiking everyday and carry their blogs of food back for the Her Majesty the Queen, unless they had a Royal Wedding to attend. Looks like a senduduk flower the ants are having fun on here.

Loshini said...

such a tiny fella and yet quite a tale you weave. nice :)

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Rainfiled, these shots are exquisite and this is the first time I've seen ants up close and personal. I think the ants should take over Blogger so they can run it effeiciently :)

Frieda said...

Great pictures.
I hope you had another great hike this weekend. :-)
Maybe somewhere out there in space there are already blogging ants...

RNSANE said...

I think the ants are just keeping an eye on your, rainfield!!!

Kirigalpoththa said...

Nice vantage point for the ant!

eileeninmd said...

Rainfield, you do get some great shots during your hikes. The ants could be following you to see what they can learn about blogging.

Amin said...

(My English is very bad!)
Very interesting post!

blue sunset said...

so love this post...you are such a nature lover and nature loves you back...

RNSANE said...

I am eternally impressed with your photographs!

RNSANE said...

You make me laugh! Hundreds of people read and enjoy your blog. It gives us a chance to see nature as we would never be able to do, otherwise - and to enjoy your wonderful sense of humor!