Insects and Flowers: Macro

– By Jayant Kanugovi

Adopt the pace of nature:  her secret is patience

Ralph Waldo Emerson

– By Haneyl Jacob

In a broader sense, the rhythms of nature, large and small – the sounds of wind and water, the sounds of birds and insects – must inevitably find their analogues in music.

– George Crumb

– By Nischay Mall

I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in.

George Washington Carver

– By Prakhar Singh

Because we gotta take care of nature. Cuz if we don’t, nobody else will.

– Preetam Nath(Me!!)

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78 responses to “Insects and Flowers: Macro

  1. What a scary looking red monster that is. Looks like he already sucked all the blood from the whole village. Beautifully done, as are the others.

      • If you had studied the human body as I have-I was in nursing school 2 yrs-you would be even more amazed. Do you know that in one of the blood cell is a tiny little cross? it is what keeps the cell DNA together. I can’t explain it scientifically anymore, but I know it’s true.
        I have watched God heal the different parts of my body that have been cut-just how the skin heals is a miracle alone! And how does He have the imagination to have each person have a different fingerprint a different occular print?

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  3. Wow!

    Reminds me of an old hymn… “All things bright and beautiful”

    The ‘black and white’ video seems to contrast beautifully against the vibrant colours in your photos. Thanks for sharing!


  4. I know it’s been said, but that dragonfly picture is just stunning! I haven’t read your “about” section, so I may be ahead of myself, but it should definitely sent into a photo contest if it hasn’t already. I also love the last picture of the white flower. What kind of flower is it? I’ve never seen anything like it.

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