an endearment

Ants

I live on the coast now and we don’t really have many ants out here – too wet. But every time I visit the hot, dry interior, I’m reminded of how – essential they are, the ants. That’s not quite the right word, but its something close.  They’re like elements themselves, red and black and indivisible and endlessly ordering the universe, morsel by morsel.

(e-mail followers, you’ll have to click to the actual blog to see the embedded video…)

Shot this using a frankencamera mix – a Sony NEX-7 connected to a Sigma 300mm f/4 macro lens… a terribly shallow depth of field about foot or two from the lens.  Obviously, severely edited in Adobe Premier.  Many, many thanks to Steve Clements and Seok Hee Jang for their wonderful work on the soundtrack!

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