Ants and the Fisheye Lens

Here’s something I couldn’t photograph before:

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My new Sigma 10mm fisheye lens allows me to cozy right up to an open ant nest and take a shot both of the nest interior and the colony’s forest habitat.

The ants are Aphaenogaster fulva, perhaps the most common woodland ant in my area. This particular nest is typical: large cavities in well-rotted wood in a fully shaded forest.

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