Visit site
  • Penny Raio

    Water Art

  • Sarah van Goethem

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

  • Alex Blackstone

    Ant and Waterdrop

  • Rob Vuijsters

    Twitter, Ant pushing a water droplet. Photo by Rakesh Rocky

  • Emilie H.

    A small world after all. Macro lens.

  • lia veenker

    the world in a dewdrop - Google Search

  • puck smelter

    SEED OF EFFORTLESS EFFORT ~ 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, get out of wu wei, with all your self limiting doubts, and your life will flow effortlessly and playfully like a dew drop.

Related Pins

Ant & World by teguh santosa, via 500px

lily in the water droplets by betty wiley, via Flickr

Japanese colors 青竹色 aotake-iro: Japanese has many words for colors. This is "Aotake-iro" and means "bluish bamboo colors".

The rewards of higher things sometimes may not be as you may expect, and may be hidden from the view of everybody else. No one can really see the truly spiritual, nor is it really valued by society. What’s valued are material things, good jobs, fame, prestige, celebrity, comfort, entertainment, pleasure, and the like. --Belsebuub, Guest Waking Times

An ant pushing a water droplet. Just what makes that little old ant think he can move that rubber tree plant? HIGH HOPES

This world in the times to come will radiate the essence of harmony. It will hold the resonant frequency of the higher, non-physical realms and thus will Be the "heaven on earth" that has been prophesied throughout your history. Because You-each of you-exercised your Divine Will in harmony with Divine Intent. It is You who will have crated this world anew, by recognizing yourself as Oneness-and resonating as One. Just as it was In The Beginning. -Rasha

These are water droplets but it would be cool to see if you could use gold wire and glass to mimic it