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Guam Gorge
Balladier
Macro world: jumping spider
The Potomac River at Sunset
Mt. Rainier with a cloud
Macro world: in detail
Force of Life
Bridge to Autumn
Macro world: bee happy
Flags
Macro world: never hide your wings
Macro world: peculiar brightness
Macro world: between spiderweb
Macro world: step by step
airshow
Macro world: living in a world of giants
Recycled Illumination
Macro world: everyone has a way to smile
firebird plant
Macro world: facing the unknown
Watching and Waiting
Independence Hall at Night
Fiesta del San Jose - Honoring the founder Isabella & Ferdinando
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Macro world: peculiar brightness

In our gardens there is a world that many people pass by unnoticed. An infinity of small creatures in a world of giants. These fifteen photos portray some of these small creatures. Through a macro lens it is possible to see more closely what bring us these little insects.

TAGS: Insect, Macro, Nature, Small, Venezuela, World

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Caracas, Venezuela
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© Andrés Matos.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2016
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 17, 2016, 9:29 p.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION CARACAS, Venezuela