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The March of Progress
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A huge shiny dark ant is leaning 75 degrees to the back. It is behind and -3 feet above and -3 feet left of a flat [brick] wall. The azimuth of the sun is 30 degrees. Camera light is black. Ambient light is black. The ground is dark and shiny. A 60% dark window is -1 inch above and 2.5 inch right of and -2.5 inch in front of the ant. The window is 6 inch wide texture. A grey mirror is -2.2 inch in front of the window. A huge shiny dark ant is -10 inch above and right of the ant. It is leaning 75 degrees to the back. A huge shiny dark ant is 3 inch above the ant. It is leaning 75 degrees to the back. A huge shiny dark ant is above and left of the ant. It is leaning 75 degrees to the back. A huge shiny dark ant is -2 inch above and right of the ant. It is leaning 75 degrees to the back. A huge shiny dark ant is -1 inch above and left of the ant. It is leaning 75 degrees to the back. A violet light is above and left of and behind the ant. The background is mountain. A huge plant is left of and -4 feet above the ant. A huge plant is 6 inch left of and -3.5 feet above the ant. It is facing west. 2 dim cyan lights are left of and behind the plant. A dim navy light is right of and behind the window. A dark tree is 3 feet behind the window. A dim scarlet light is -3 feet above and behind the tree.
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Nanook (2017) 
love the reality of it and the reflection in the window adds so much perspective to it !!!
nheiges (2017) 
ditto what @Nanook said! I saw a line of ants going up the side of the house the other day but I couldn't see the beginning or end of them . . . have yet to see them inside at least.
coyne (2017) 
that's really nice!
watcher570 (2017) 
excellent!
hedgehog1965 (2017) 
Thanks very much. A few weeks back we had a stream of them along the bottom of our kitchen units... stopped them in their tracks with a wee bit of polyfilla in the skirting board
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