Thursday, July 19, 2012

A Juggler From the Jungle


I am amazed to find a juggler playing with a crystal ball in the jungle. The ball rolls from left to right and back and forth over its abdomen under a macro view, though its fore legs seem to make only little movements.

I save my applause for it though feeling very excited. I start shooting immediately.

The show lasts only for a few seconds before the ball disappears in the grassland. The juggler is then only one of the ordinary ctitters in the jungle, but I do believe another joker will always turn up very soon.

Are you saying I am the next one? Okay, I hear you.


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44 comments:

Icy BC said...

Oh the thing you see in the jungle is amazing..No joke, really!

Deb Crecelius said...

You may not be a juggler or a joker,
but you are certainly a magician with words and photos.
Great photos and story.

TexWisGirl said...

i love the way you see things, rainfield!

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

You do have a unique way of seeing things! Enlarging the photo helped me see better. Fascinating!

Giga said...

Ty to masz fantazję, lubię Cię za to. To był chyba żongler, któremu sztuczka się nie do końca udała. Pozdrawiam.
You are so fancy, I like you for it. This was probably the juggler, who trick is not entirely successful. Yours.

Steve E said...

Sir...the "Joker" you are NOT! Through lenses, you are a teacher, illuminating universal mysteries, which--for me--would have gone forever unknown.

Don't laugh...but your work brings me closer to God of my understanding. How you do that is His business. THAT you do it is your business, and my benefit.

Sincerely!

eileeninmd said...

Cool captures of the juggler. So how well do you juggle. You always seem to find the most amazing scenes or critter on your walks. Have a great weekend.

betchai said...

you don't only see amazing critters, you don't only capture them amazingly, you also always come up with amazing witty thoughts.

AVCr8teur said...

A circus performer in the jungle, but only an audience of one to notice the act. You are lucky for not having to buy a ticket to see such an unusual show.

VanillaSeven said...

Nicely captured Rainfield. I found many beautiful things after the rain.

•°°• PreciousKD •°°• said...

That's an amazing capture!

I would have loved observing this critter's playfulness too.

Cloudy said...

Ich nenne es mal "Großes Kino", einfach toll...

Servus und Carep Diem
CL

Autumn Belle said...

What's the juggler doing? Is he hanging upside down or downside up?

George said...

I would never ay you are a joker. If anything you are a magician for getting all of these magnificent macro photos.

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Awesome photography ~ does look like he/she has a tiny glass ball ~ Wonderful! ~~ thanks, ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

You don't have to juggle -- your talent is in taking pictures of the entertainers! And telling us about it so amusingly. Gorgeous picture.

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Insects and their habits are quite fascinating when we watch closely. I've never seen one juggle like this.

Stewart M said...

Thats a great picture. Spelndid capture of an interesting animal.

Cheers - Stewart M

Frieda said...

That's an incredible picture. You observe the most fascinating things!

Minoru said...

It is very amazing. I think you are the first man to find such playing by the juggler.

Debbie said...

very cool!! you are drawn to insects and chocolate ice cream!!

Angie said...

I am amazed at how observant you are, catching and immortalising them through your lens, producing great images!!

Grass said...

The reflection in the crystal ball may have its own soul, and we may be the reflection inside another crystal ball somewhere else...

Amin said...

Hello! Very perfect photo!

Amin said...

Hello! Very perfect photo!

Amin said...

Hello! Very perfect photo!

⊱↫PreciousKD↬⊰ said...

Outstanding photo! I can't wait for your next adventure story..

Nancy Claeys said...

How perfect is this photo? Thank you for sharing at YSB this week.

Dina Lettre said...

That's a talented little guy!

Pat said...

What an amazing shot!

EG CameraGirl said...

Thank you for seeing these amazing sights, photographing them and then posting them for all of us to enjoy.

Lrong said...

Amazing shot... am not sure if I have seen such an insect before...

Amin said...

Hello! Thank You very much for visit!

Amarie said...

He's ALMOST kinda cute lol. Great capture!

Malar said...

What is this critter's name?

Malar said...

BTW I have give you an award. Feel free to pick at my blog! ;)

Cher said...

haha! don't forget to show better tricks in case you will be the next juggler.

James Wei said...

The God of small things. Very intricate details make up the wonder of the nature

Arti said...

You do have a wonderful sense of humor! And what a fascinating post, loved it.
Have a nice week ahead:)

Barbara said...

Such a magical place! Thanks for sharing it with us!

missing moments said...

Love how you see the world around you ... as well as your humor!

Ann said...

you have a video mode for situations like this?

what did the crystal tell you?

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Practising for olympic?

Harshi (a.k.a. Harumi) said...

You always find something amazing amidst the ordinary. Stunning colors, clarity and detail!