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  • nel Krouwel

    a reflection of his small world~

  • Sarah van Goethem

    Ant with water droplet - wow amazing photography - thanks for sharing

  • Alex Blackstone

    Ant and Waterdrop

  • Edie McDonnell ~WoW~

    The Chinese phrase Wu Wei means “effortless effort.” Think of it like an ant pushing a giant bubble; but the bubble is just air and water. Do your best, do it wu wei, and then trust the outcome. In other words, remove all self-limiting doubts, and your life will flow effortlessly and playfully like a dew drop.

  • Claire Marshall

    Amazing photo .. an Ant pushing a water droplet, reflecting the world around him!

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