Saturday, October 24, 2015

Life Waveform


I believe in the existence of fourth dimension, where mushrooms hide in the dry seasons. 

How crazy I am to have a bee in my bonnet,  the mushrooms remain silent, silent and absent, except for the big black ants. But they are too busy to bother about my presence. 

A heavy load their pencil, they are creating a waveform of their life, though I am only seeing a moment.

The ups and downs of the pattern synchronize with their rises and falls on the slope. 

I am a minute dot along the waveform, though very big body size as compared to theirs.


23 comments:

Giga said...

Ants are too busy and persistent and do not have time to worry about, what is happening around you. Regards.

Bob Bushell said...

Beautiful images of the Ants, you can't beat it, ha ha.

Icy BC said...

Gorgeous shots of the ant and beautiful thought..

Breathtaking said...

Your capture of the ant is a lovely moment in time. Nicely done!

eileeninmd said...

Hello Rainfield, the ants are too busy to worry about your presence. Awesome macro shots, well done! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

EG CameraGirl said...

Cool closeup of that ant!!

Secondary Roads said...

While ants scurry on their daily rounds, mushrooms rest in the fourth dimension.

Hannah said...

What is lurking below your feet, and the tiny feet of the scurrying ants, is the fifth dimension of the mushroom fungi mothers, sending their hyphae out in all directions in search of more food for their plans of world domination, until they send up more mushroom periscopes into our world to seek new thrones to conquer. The ants alone know what is coming, so they scurry faster and faster, like blips on the radar.

Emma Springfield said...

There is always something smaller as well as something larger than us. To compare and honor them is to acknowledge our place in the universe.

TexWisGirl said...

you found an alternative universe to observe. :)

carol l mckenna said...

ants are so fascinating ~ Wonderful photos and 'mindful' post ~

Happy Weekend to you,
artmusedog and carol

Minoru Saito said...

Wow! No mushrooms in the forest? I hope you will find them in near future. Thanks for sharing.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

We are all really only a dot on the infinite wavy line. But some of us work harder than others. And some of us write about their experiences more beautifully. Thank you for sharing your words!

Ratty said...

You make me wonder what we look like to the ants whenever they take the time to notice us.

Linda said...

Great images here, Rainfield! Ants are busy creatures.

Weekend-Windup said...

Love the images. Many things have been compared with the ants. The way you have described them looks good...

Mary Hone said...

Busy little things they are, great capture.

Small Kucing said...

ants looks good in photos but bring bad news when they are in my garden

Malar said...

Ants are really hardworking but they do damage to my garden sometimes!

Debbie said...

it's good to have a bee in your bonnett....

and to broaden ones horizons!!

Icy BC said...

It is November tomorrow, and I remember that you will have a marathon. I come to say good luck and will still be seeing you around even before Christmas :)

Existe Sempre Um Lugar said...

Boa tarde, a formigas funcionam no colectivo e na solidariedade,são um exemplo na organização, a foto é excelente.
AG

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