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  • Tiffany Tan

    agua, animal, ant, bokeh, bubu, bug crystal ball

  • Kelly Hill

    Foto: An ant pushing a water droplet. Macro photography by Rakesh Rocky Una hormiga empujando una pequeña gota de agua. Fotografía macro de Rakesh Rocky

  • Nahdia Khan

    This is a really amazing photo of an ant working, pushing a water droplet. The droplet is a lot bigger than the ant themselves. #ants #working #water drop #pushing #photography

  • Bruce Ingrassia

    Ant and a waterdrop?

  • Miliza Ferraz

    Hidden beauty of macro nature photography

  • Lorie Grimes

    ant pushing a water droplet - amazing picture

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